The family of murdered Bethany Hill have paid tribute to their "fun-loving girly girl".
Miss Hill was tied up and killed by Jack Williams, 21, and Kayleigh Woods, 23, who were both sentenced to life for murder.
In a statement following the sentencing, the family of Miss Hill said the killers showed "no remorse" for the "monstrous actions".
The heartbreak of knowing that we will never see our beautiful Beth again, that they have denied her the chance to see her nieces and nephews grow up and taken her from us in such a brutal, cruel way, is unbearable.
Beth was a fun-loving girly girl who would naturally be able to brighten up any room with her laughter and energetic personality.
To us she will remain a diamond in the sky, a beautiful, loving young woman with everything to live for.
Jack Williams and Kayleigh Woods have been found guilty of the murder of Bethany Hill at her home in Stratford-upon-Avon in Warwickshire in February last year.
More to follow.
Stratford-Upon-Avon: The Swan Fountain at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre - Sat & Sun at 11am and 2pm
The best part about this freebie (for the under 8s) this weekend is that it’ll go ahead, whatever the weather. Take a stroll in the footsteps of the literary great, William Shakespeare, from his birthplace to his grave.
A guided tour of the historic spine of this ancient town will unravel much about its own story and previous guests describe it as a walk through the pages of history.
You will see the houses connected to Shakespeare and his family and witness a living legacy throughout the area.
Stratford may well be known for William Shakespeare, but does have justa little more to offer. Explore the quaint shops and ancient boozers along thewaterside while you’re here and pick out a souvenir or two to take home withyou.
The walk is classed as 'easy' walking boots /shoes are not necessary
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Halloween Tudor Storyteller: Thurs 27th - Sat 29th October (Shakespeare’s New Place, Warwickshire)
The Halloween Tudor Storyteller event presents a mix of spooky and comedic tales from 400 years ago for all the family.
Visitors will get the chance to learn about how the Tudors dealt with suspected witches and find out about ancient Halloween customs. Evening performances starts at 6pm and are unsuitable for children.
There are plenty of ghoulish goings-on at each of the Shakespeare family homes this half term.
Our family-friendly activities are a great opportunity to learn about the history of All Hallows Eve with lots of fun to be had.” -
For times, prices and more information: https://www.shakespeare.org.uk/visit/shakespeares-new-place/
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Stratford Town Centre Food Festival: Fri 23rd - Sun 25th Sept (Stratford-upon-Avon town centre)
The Stratford-upon-Avon food festival takes place this weekend across various locations in the town centre.
The three-day event, will pack Stratford’s streets with stalls of local fine food and drink. The town will also welcome chef Jean-Christophe Novelli to the Waterside Cookery School on the festival’s final day.
Highlights of the festival include chef demonstrations, workshops and the popular Food and Ale Trails, which allow 200 daily ticket holders to get free samples from selected businesses across the town.
Food and drink is such a key part of what Stratford offers, not just to locals but to our international visitors, and the festival is the perfect chance to showcase our thriving food and drink scene
For times, prices and more information: www.stratfordtowncentrefoodfestival.co.uk
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Police have released an image of a man in his 70s after he was allegedly assaulted in Stratford-upon-Avon to help identify possible offenders.
Warwickshire Police is investigating what they say was an unprovoked assault on Friday 2nd September 2016 at approximately 10.15pm.
The man was walking with his wife and dog along Summerton Way, when they were approached by two unknown men.
The victim is believed to have been assaulted by one of the men in an unprovoked attack in which he received serious facial injuries.
The suspect is described as a white man between 19 and 20 years of age, a slim build and approximately 6ft in height.
He's thought to have been wearing casual sports clothing and both men are believed to have exited the alleyway in the direction of Evesham Road roundabout.
Anyone who may have witnessed the incident is urged to contact Warwickshire Police on 101, quoting incident number 112.