Hundreds walk in Bristol to remember Becky Watts
Hundreds of people have taken part in a fundraising walk in memory of Bristol teenager Becky Watts.
The 16-year-old was reported missing on 19 February. Body parts were found at a house in the Barton Hill area of Bristol on 2 March.
Organisers said although the walk "won't bring Becky back" it helped "give this beautiful young girl the send-off she deserves".
Becky's stepbrother Nathan Matthews, 28, has been charged with her murder.
Friends have sold wristbands, T-shirts and balloons to help support her family.
The walk started at 11:00 GMT on The Centre and made its way to Castle Park where balloons were released.
Earlier this week, Mr Matthews, from Warmley, Bristol, appeared by video link at Bristol Crown Court.
He has yet to enter a plea to the charge and was told a provisional trial date had been set for October.
His girlfriend, Shauna Hoare, 21, who is charged with perverting the course of justice, also appeared by video link without entering a plea.
Four other defendants have been charged with assisting an offender.