Leave your tributes to talented teenager Maisie Baxter

As an inquest concludes today into the death of Maisie Baxter, we ask for your tributes to the Trowse teenager.

As an inquest concludes today into the death of Maisie Baxter, we ask for your tributes to the Trowse teenager.

Framingham Earl pupil Maisie was found dead at her home on February 18, and social networking sites were soon flooded with messages in memory of the popular and talented 13-year-old.

At Maisie's funeral at Norwich Cathedral in March, which was attended by hundreds of friends and family, her mother Robyn described her 'beautiful daughter' .

She said: 'Stunning, so funny, strong minded, intelligent, individual, ambitious, talented, competitive, deeply caring, helpful, emphatic, vivacious, articulate, busy and occasionally, if I'm honest, a tiny bit stroppy.

'These are just a few words which came to mind while thinking about my beautiful daughter Maisie.'

Nicola Furneaux, headteacher at Framingham Earl High, said Maisie was 'a sunny, friendly girl and a bright student who played a full part in our school community', adding that she had 'a very bright future ahead of her'.

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She said: 'We will always remember her, and her beautiful singing voice; her performance at our talent show last year was one of the highlights of the competition. Maisie's friends speak of her as someone who had the loveliest laugh – a warm giggle which cheered everyone.'

Norfolk coroner William Armstrong is expected to conclude an inquest into Maisie's death later this morning.

You can leave your memories and tributes to Maisie below or by emailing mark.shields@archant.co.uk

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