The family of a man killed in a collision with a car in Braywick Cemetery have today paid tribute to a 'husband' and a 'best friend'.

Paul Mills, 47 of West Crescent, Windsor was killed in the cemetery in Maidenhead on Tuesday, February 14.

Mr Mills was working at the cemetery at the time when he was hit by a woman in her nineties driving a blue Hyundai.

No arrests were made. 

His family said: “Paul was very much an outside person. He liked his job and the people he worked with.

“He had only been working for ISS for six days. They have been very supportive and we thank them for all their help.

“He leaves behind his brothers, children and grandchildren. They will never forget him and will remember him with love.”

Paul’s wife Tracey added: “I’ve lost my husband and my best friend. Rest in peace darling.”

Previous social media tributes to Mr Mills described him as a 'much loved husband, dad, grandad', a 'lovely kind gentle man' who was 'always smiling and happy'.

Investigations are still ongoing to establish the circumstances of the collision, and officers would continue to appeal to anyone who may have witnessed the incident and have not yet spoken to police.