A giant puppet of a 10-year-old Syrian child is visiting the West country to raise awareness about the plight of child refugees.
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Little Amal stands 11.5ft (3.5m) tall and has engaged on a UK-wide tour to coincide with World Refugee Week.
She became a symbol for human rights after she travelled from the Turkish-Syrian border to Manchester last July.
On Thursday she was paraded through Cheltenham's streets. She will be in Bristol later.
During her visit to the Gloucestershire town, Little Amal laid flowers at the town's war memorial and greeted pupils at Pittville School.
Hundreds of people welcomed her, with some wearing "Refugees Welcome" t-shirts at the event which also featured live music.
Sharing pictures of Little Amal on Twitter, Cheltenham Lib Dem Cllr Martin Horwood wrote: "Crowds welcome Amal at every stop in Cheltenham... with drumming, dance, poetry & song.
"And a poignant moment at our War Memorial.
"As a Town of Sanctuary we must keep welcoming refugees and make sure those already here from Syria and elsewhere feel welcome."
Speaking before the project's launch, its artistic director Amir Nazir said it stemmed "from the idea that refugees are thought of as a problem, when actually they're not, they're potential".