A flowers and balloons tribute is being held on the first anniversary of the sudden death of a Hereford teenager.

Stamford Griffin was just 17 when he collapsed on the railway bridge at Old School Lane in the early hours and died in hospital later that morning.

Now, one year on, people are being invited to bring a balloon and flowers to College Estate Park on July 13 to remember the tragic teenager.

Brother Tyler Griffin has bought 50 balloons and is asking people who attend to bring one along as well, but making sure it follows the 'blue and stars' theme.

Flowers are also welcome to add to those that people have been leaving in tribute ever since Stamford's death.

In a social media message Tyler said: "There will be a very simple bbq with cheese burgers and hot dogs.

"I hope to see everyone there so we can remember Stamford the way he would want to be!

"Alcohol is welcome and bin bags will be provided to put your rubbish in!

"Stay humble. Please share so we can have as many people there as we can! "Missing you like mad, bro."

Apart from Tyler, Stamford left behind his parents Griff and Deby; siblings Jedd, Chelsea, Verity, and Angel; and his nieces and nephews, Jack, Mira-Mai, Kayleb, Lexi, Lucy-Blue and Darcy, and foster sister Cher.