TRIBUTES have been paid to a 'beautiful' little girl with the 'biggest smile,' who died in a tragic accident last week.

Heyford Park Free School has said it will 'always remember' four-year-old pupil Freya Thorpe, who was injured near her home on Sunday last week.

The Upper Heyford community near Bicester has rallied together, raising more than £15,000 to help her family pay for a funeral and relocate away from where the tragedy struck.

A statement released on behalf of Freya's school said: "We were saddened to hear the news of the death of one of our pupils.

"She was a big part of all our of community and we will always remember her.

"Our thoughts are very much with the parents and family and we will offer them help and support in any way we can."

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Freya died at the John Radcliffe Hospital on Monday last week, just weeks after her parents welcomed twin babies into the world.

Her inquest opening had been listed to take place at Oxford Coroner's Court today, but is understood to have been rescheduled.

The schoolgirl's family is desperate for storage space as they try to find a temporary home to come to terms with their grief in, away from where it happened.

A source close to the family said they would be grateful if any person or company could offer a storage unit, to house furniture and some of Freya's toys until the family get back on their feet.

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A GoFundMe page set up in Freya's memory said she had a 'very serious accident,' but the nature of what happened has not yet been made public.

The page said Freya became a 'doting big sister' when her baby siblings were born just weeks ago.

Supporters who commented on the page described Freya as a 'beautiful angel' and a 'little princess.'

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One woman who met Freya said: "She was in my grandson's class and when she saw him, gave him her sweets. A brief meeting, but it will never be forgotten."

Another wrote: "I remember seeing Freya playing outside sometimes, she had the biggest smile and I remember her giggle making me smile when I heard it.

"Life is cruel and so unfair. Keep making people smile up in heaven little Freya."

Another donor added: "I have known Freya since she was born. She was a beautiful little girl inside and out. My heart is breaking for all her family."

Freya's great-grandmother, also commenting on the page, said: "My loving granddaughter and her loving husband are the most amazing parents and loving family, who don't deserve such a tragedy in their lives."

Heyford Park Football Club collected £650 of donations at its matches last weekend, Heyford Aardvarks running club raised £489 at a special run and Heyford Cafe donated £110 from customers.

To donate, search for 'Raising money for our beautiful Freya'.