Final goodbyes to three Fuller children
The best pals of three Forest of Dean children who were found dead have organised a heartfelt farewell to their friends.
The Fuller children - Sam, 12, Rebecca, eight, and Charlotte, seven, - were all found dead in a disused quarry along with their father Ceri, 35, in July.
A memorial service to the three children at Sam's former school Lakers, in Five Acres, was organised by pupils Estelle Mundy, 13, Tyree Browne, 13, and Jack Cook, 12, who lit candles and spoke about the times they had shared.
Jack said: "Sam, you were my one and only best friend. We could fill a house with all the good times.
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"We all love you and you will always be in our hearts."
They were joined by Ruth Fuller, who spoke out for the first time about the loss of her children.
Her sister Jo Ballard read out a heartfelt tribute on her behalf.
In it she said: "Sam, Becca and Charlie, you lived well. You shared so much joy and inspired so much love. I'm so proud of you kids, and I love you something silly.
"My children have remained a source of comfort and inspiration to me throughout this.
"They may have only had a short time but each of them embraced an abundance of life."
Mrs Fuller's family lived in Milkwall near Coleford but tragedy struck in July.
A police investigation found no-one else was involved in the deaths.