I was invited to the Very High Energy Electron Radiotherapy Conference 2023 in DESY, Hamburg to give a talk on Scintillating and Optical Fibres for real-time Dosimetry with VHEE at Ultrahigh Dose Rates, in which I presented work from my own research and experiments at CLEAR, as well as those done by collaborators from the University of Bern in Switzerland and the University of Victoria in Canada. For the poster session, I presented my research on the development of the Fibre Optic FLASH Monitor (FOFM): an ultrahigh dose rate (UHDR) beam dose and profile monitor for VHEE FLASH radiotherapy. This is intended as an alternative to the currently used transmission ionisation monitor chambers for radiotherapy beam monitoring which saturate at the dose rates required for the FLASH effect. The monitor consists of an array of fused silica fibres and a CMOS camera which detects the Cherenkov generated within the optical fibre array by the VHEE beam. The tests so far have shown a linear response with dose rate well into the UHDR regime required for FLASH, and an ability to provide accurate pulse-by-pulse beam profile measurements.