A youth project in Didcot that worked with Jayden has released a statement following the news that a body has been found in the police search.
Didcot TRAIN charity met Jayden three years ago through school and street work.
They said: "She was a bright spark and will be missed. I remember only 2 months ago she was in our office and she made a comment about something which really made me laugh, she really was a bright spark. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her family at this time."
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