A memorial bench in memory of Libby Squire could be placed in West Wycombe to "ensure her memory stays in our hearts forever".

A JustGiving page to raise £300 has been launched to pay for the bench in tribute to the 21-year-old Hull University student, whose body was found in the Humber estuary on March 20.

She had been last seen on February 1 on a night out. A man has been arrested on suspicion of her murder.

Her devastated family were finally able to lay the much-loved philosophy student to rest at her funeral in St Lawrence's Church in West Wycombe on October 3.

So far, the fundraising page for a memorial bench in the village - which is just minutes from the family home she shared with her mum, dad and siblings - has helped raise £235.

A permanent memorial to Libby has already been created in Hull, where she was studying, at a bench where she was last seen.

An artist created a poignant piece of artwork on the wall behind the bench, depicting an angel and white flowers.

Writing on the fundraising page for the planned new bench in West Wycombe, organiser Belinda Slade said it would "ensure Libby's memory stays within our hearts forever and a place to go and sit and smile".

Donating cash to the fundraiser, Emma Copley wrote: "Never ever to be forgotten, West Wycombe's beautiful rose."

To donate, go to www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/libbysbench.