Tributes have been paid to a “beautiful” mother-of-four who has died.

Louise Morecombe, who died in Redhouse on Friday morning, set up group Swindon Homeless Volunteers to help support the town’s rough sleepers.

She met her fiancée, Stuart Jonas, in 2017 through her work for the group. Mr Jonas, 41, was living in the Debenham’s car park. In 2019, she told The Sun newspaper: “I’ve found my soulmate – he just happened to be living in a car park.

Mr Jonas paid tribute to the woman he planned to marry. He told the Adver: “Lou got me off the streets. I was homeless, living in a car park with no hope. I was lost. Lou and the group that she founded found me, helped me, supported me, took me off the streets.

“She was such a beautiful, bright person, such a caring and giving person, how could I not fall in love with her? We fell in love and became a couple.

“She saved so many people. She helped so many people off the streets.

“She was just a beautiful person. I’m going to miss her. I don’t know what I’m going to do without her. I’m lost.”

The emergency services were called to a property in Millgrove Street, Redhouse, on Friday morning following reports a woman in her 30s had died suddenly. Wiltshire Police said the circumstances of her death were not suspicious and a report would be prepared for the coroner.