A woman who died in Beaconsfield has formally been identified as her family has paid tribute ‘to a warm, loving, caring and funny personality’.

Paramjit Gosal-Gill, 40, was pronounced dead after suffering ‘serious injuries’ in a property along Seelys Road in the town.

The authorities and emergency services were called to the scene at around 6.20am on Friday, February 23.

A murder investigation has been launched where Paul Gill, 39, was charged with one count of the crime.

He was formally charged on February 25 and was remanded into custody.

Senior investigating officer Detective Chief Inspector Will Crowther, of the Major Crime Unit, said: “Our thoughts remain with Paramjit Gosal-Gill’s family at what must be an extremely difficult time for them and I would ask for their privacy to be respected.”

Paramjit’s family have released the following tribute to her: “For those who had the pleasure of knowing Pam would know what a warm, loving, caring and funny personality she was. 

“Pam’s life was short but meaningful in so many ways to so many people. 

“We are all devastated she has been taken from us so soon and she will be deeply missed.

“Rest in paradise our beautiful little angel.

"We all love you so much.”