A permanent memorial to Carly Lovett and the other 29 British victims of the Tunisia terror attack is to be created.
Carly, 24, from Gainsborough was one of the 38 people killed in Tunisia while on holiday in Sousse with her fiance, Liam Moore.
Her family, as well as those of the 29 other victims, are to be consulted on the location for the memorial.
Carly was among the first of the British tourists to arrive back in the UK.
Eight coffins were flown by an RAF C17 from Tunis to RAF Brize Norton, in Oxfordshire, where they were then taken to a chapel of rest.