A THREE-year-old girl who died in Fordingbridge in October has been remembered as "fun-loving, adventurous and caring".

Bethan Colebourn died following an incident at her home in Whitsbury Road on October 19.

She was airlifted to hospital at about 7pm, after emergency services were called in concern for her welfare, but died later that evening.

Following Bethan's funeral today (Wednesday), her family said they were devastated by the tragic loss.

“Bethan brought so much happiness and joy to so many people’s lives," they said in a statement.

“Bethan was a fun loving, adventurous and caring young girl who will be dearly missed.

“She will be in our hearts and minds forever.”

A 35-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of murder and was taken into police custody after Bethan's death, but was released under investigation.