A woman who died on the Cambridge Road estate at the weekend has been named.

Prayoung Padungkwan, 44, was found at her home in Burwell, a block of flats on the edge of the estate, at around 6am on Sunday.

An inquest was opened and adjourned at West London Coroner’s Court today.

Police initially launched a murder investigation into the death, but are now treating it as unexplained.

Today, residents and friends of Mrs Padungkwan, known as Young, paid tribute to her.

Julie Dodd , 53, described Mrs Padungkwan as an animal lover, with two young children and several cats.

Ms Dodd said: “She was a lovely lady. Very bright, always had flowers, always smiling and happy.

“She loved animals and she loved children.

“Everybody loved her round here. When we heard, I cried and my kids cried.

“It’s all very sad.”

Resident Norman Quatermain said: “She would sit in her front garden all summer, day and night, and say hello to anyone who passed.

“If somebody was having a barbecue she would bring them food. She was just a lovely lady.”

Another resident, who asked not to be named, simply said: “She was a very nice lady.”

A spokeswoman for the coroner declined to give a provisional cause of death.

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