A memorial service is to be held for a four-year-old boy who died after slipping from a jetty into the sea.
Reverend Graham Witts, who will be leading the service, said prayers and tributes would be said for Dylan Cecil, who died after falling into the sea while on holiday with his parents in Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset, last Sunday.
The boy's favourite Bruno Mars song will be played during the service at the town's St Andrews Church. Along with The Lazy Song, which Dylan was known to whistle, the hymns I The Lord Of Sea And Sky and Father I Place Into Your Hands will be sung.
At the request of the family, tributes will also be said for all those involved in the rescue attempt last week. Members of the Burnham-On-Sea Area Rescue Boat and RNLI who were involved in the rescue effort are expected to attend the service, along with the youngsters' parents Rachel McCollum and Darren Cecil.
Dylan, from Kettering, was visiting his grandparents with his parents and two younger sisters, aged one and three, when he slipped off the jetty and disappeared under the water a week ago. His parents desperately tried to rescue him, but were unable to reach him and had to be pulled from the water by passers-by.
The coastguard and police launched a large search and rescue operation after a member of the public saw Dylan's parents attempting to rescue him. His body was found four days later on Thursday by a member of the public at the high tide mark on the mudflats less than half a mile from where he went missing.
The water off Burnham-on-Sea has one of the highest tidal rise and fall ranges in the world and the shoreline is notorious for its dangerous mudflats. Reverend Witts said members of the public were invited to attend the memorial service, which would pay tribute to Dylan, a Kettering Town FC fan, and his "little life".
He said: "The service is an opportunity for the family and Burnham-on-Sea community to get together and recognise all that has taken place in the last week. I'll be paying tribute to Dylan and his little life as the family are not in a position to do that at the moment.
"They have told me that he used to whistle The Lazy Song and was a keen Kettering Town football fan like his dad. I hope the service will be helpful for the family and for the community in helping them to come to terms with what has happened."
He said a family funeral is being planned for Dylan at St Mary's Church in Kettering. A date has not yet been announced. An inquest into his death is to be opened in Taunton on Tuesday.