A memorial bench to murdered Bristol schoolgirl Becky Watts will be unveiled this afternoon.
The tribute is in Plummers Hill Open Space, just metres from Becky's home in the St George area of Bristol.
The sixteen year-old was murdered by her stepbrother almost a year ago.
The bench was carved from a single piece of wood, with elements representing Becky and her life, including her love of dogs and her favourite creature - the unicorn.
Lorraine Atterton, a family friend, says the bench was designed with the input of the family, and is a fitting tribute to the teenager, with symbols representing her personality and legacy.
The family of the teenager gathered for a short ceremony.
Becky's step-mother Anjie Galsworthy, her aunt Sarah Broom, uncle Sam Galsworthy, her grandad John Galsworthy and Becky's dad, Darren Galsworthy admired the bench that remembers their loved one.