Tributes have been paid to a young Hampshire woman who died after suffering a severe seizure at home.
Lara Weston, who celebrated her 22nd birthday this month, collapsed at her parents’ Hursley home, where she had lived her whole life.
Two months ago she had moved into an annexe above the garage – which coincided with her starting a business management apprenticeship at Eastleigh College.
Sister Polly, 26, said: “The last thing she did was get up in her flat to go to do her job – and that’s important as it wasn’t always possible for her.
“Lara was functioning in terms of having her own life.
“Everything had been coming together for her, she was so enthused. She was really brave, really tough.”
Lara was born with epilepsy, which increased in severity after she turned eight.