More than 700 people have paid tribute to a mother and daughter, who were found dead in their Shropshire home, at a memorial service which followed a private family funeral.

The bodies of Susan McFall, 55, and Francesca McFall, 18, were discovered at their home in Oswestry on February 5, shortly before police found the body of Mrs McFall's husband in a nearby village.

Hugh McFall, 48, is believed to have killed both his wife and daughter at the family home in Hampton Road before taking his own life.

A spokesman for the Diocese of Lichfield said a funeral was held for flower salesman Hugh at Shrewsbury Crematorium, immediately followed by a joint service for Susan and Francesca at the same venue.

The spokesman said details of the funerals were kept private at the family's request but added that relatives from both sides of the McFall family attended both services.

Hundreds of mourners later gathered at the Church of St Oswald, King and Martyr, in Church Street, Oswestry, for a service of thanksgiving dedicated to Susan and Francesca.

The congregation sang hymns, including All Things Bright and Beautiful and Amazing Grace, and family members read two poems, the diocese spokesman said.

A tribute was delivered by The Reverend Clive Southerton, former vicar of Prestatyn and a family member.

West Mercia Police have confirmed they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the deaths, which they described as a "family tragedy".

The force is preparing a report into the deaths for the Coroner for Mid and North Shropshire, but has stressed that inquiries will take several months to complete.

An inquest was told last month that the women died of head injuries, while Mr McFall was hanged.