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Bethany Marie Hill death: Tribute to 'loving daughter'

Bethany Marie Hill Image copyright Warwickshire Police
Image caption The family said Bethany Marie Hill "was a source of great joy and laughter"

A woman found with fatal neck injuries has been described by her family as "very bubbly with a heart of gold".

Bethany Marie Hill, 20, died after she was found wounded in Hertford Road in Stratford-upon-Avon on 3 February.

Miss Hill's family described her as "a loving daughter, sister and auntie".

Jack Williams, 20, and Kayleigh Louise Woods, 22, both from Stratford, have been charged with murder and are due to appear at Warwick Crown Court on 26 April.

The family said "Beth.. was a source of great joy and laughter".

The family said: "Her laugh is something we will never forget. Her family were so important to her and everyone who knew her loved her.

"She loved baking, music, fashion and make-up and she treasured the times she spent with her family."

Kayleigh Louise Woods, of Hertford Road, appeared at Warwick Crown Court and Jack Williams, of Redlands Crescent, appeared via video link on Tuesday.

They were remanded in custody.

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