A 12-year-old girl has shared a heartbreaking tribute to her mum, saying 'nothing good lasts forever'.

Network Rail manager Hilary Davis was found dead at her home in Colwyn Bay, Wales, last Sunday.

The 48-year-old suffered from ill health shortly before she passed away, although her cause of death has yet to be confirmed, NorthWalesLive reports.

Her daughter Kaysie has now paid tribute to her mum, thanking her for all the memories they shared together.

She wrote: "To Mum, it's sad to think nothing good lasts forever but memories do and that's what matters.

"Thanks for all the memories we have...I love you, love Kaysie x."

Ms Davis was described as a 'Pocket Rocket' due to her height and energy (



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Ms Davis worked as a manager at Network Rail, for almost 20 years.

She started her working life with the Crown Prosecution Service and until recently had been a carer to her mum Tina Evans.

Her cousin Steve Kinsella said: "Hilary was known as the 'Pocket Rocket' because she was only 4ft11 tall and had incredible energy.

"She used to do Kung Fu and martial arts when she was younger and was still very fit going to the gym and loved all sorts of exercise classes and Zumba.

"Hilary was always on the go and a very bubbly person. I can see how much she was loved by everyone by the reaction to her death on Facebook."

Mr Kinsella, who lives in Chester, added: "Hilary was the most brilliant mum, you couldn't fault her. At the time of her death she was working hard to set up her own beauty business in Colwyn Bay."

Mr Kinsella went on to praise Kaysie who is "determined to say something about her mum at her funeral".

"She's a tough little cookie and loved her mum," he added.

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