THE FAMILIES of two teenagers that were killed in a collision have paid emotional tributes.

Emergency services were called to a two-vehicle collision on the B4035 Campden Road near Portobello Crossroads around 4.10pm on Friday, April 21.

Harry Purcell, 17, Matilda 'Tilly' Seccombe, 16, and Frank Wormald, 16, sadly died after the collision.

All three were sixth-form pupils at Chipping Campden School.

In a statement issued today, Harry Purcell's family said: "Our hearts are broken but our love for Harry will live forever.

"He was so kind in every way and carried with him a contagious smile that everyone around him loved so much.

"He will live on in everyone’s hearts and memories forever and never be forgotten."

Tilly Seccombe's family said: "We are utterly devastated by the loss of our beautiful girl who made us so happy.

"Our hearts go out to all who knew her and will share this terrible pain. Thank you, Tilly.

"We are blessed to have had you in our lives."

All the affected families continue to be supported by our officers. 

Due to safety concerns, police are asking for any floral tributes be left at the base of the flagpole at Chipping Campden School on Cidermill Lane. 

Police are working with the affected families who have asked that their privacy be respected at this difficult time.

Any further updates will be issued in line with the families wishes.