A heartbroken dad has told how he still misses the sound of his teenage daughter singing from her bedroom eight months on from her tragic death.

Georgia Ogden, 17, was killed in a car crash in June last year

Her dad Mark Ogden has now spoken for the first time about the loss of his 'beautiful' and 'bubbly' daughter, Cheshire Live reports.

Georgia was a passenger in a Suzuki Swift which crashed with a HGV near Congleton in Cheshire on June 25 last year.

Her death came as a huge shock to her family, friends and the local community.

Mark, who lost Georgia on his 50th birthday, says he misses his talented daughter every day.

"It's hard when you lose somebody but when you lose a child it's another level," he said.

"She was constantly singing and dancing in her bedroom and around the house, to the point where you would just turn behind you and she would be dancing and singing down your ear.

"I still think she'll be in her room now.

"I would go open her bedroom door and she would be like 'shut the door, I'm on a video call or I'm Face Timing somebody.'

"I still miss her, we all miss her."

A charity has been set up in Georgia's memory

Mark's words come as the family set up The Georgia Leigh Ogden Foundation, a charity in her memory dedicated to helping young children and adults.

For the past two months the family, Mark, wife Mandy, and brother Josh, 21, have been working hard to make the charity a reality and preserve their daughter's memory.

The primary goal of the foundation will be to help better the lives of those who are in need, something Georgia always desired to do.

The teenager, worked at Castaway Play centre in Congleton, and adored children.

"Every time she came home it was always 'this little baby was so cute', she was full of life and wonder," said Mark.

"It's nice to do something positive because obviously it is devastating what happened to us."

The family and Georgia's friends hope to raise £5,000 this year to help those in need and to also register the foundation with the Charity Commission.

Various fundraisers have been planned including an Easter raffle which costs £1 per ticket and offers prizes including afternoon tea and other gift sets.

Georgia's friends are also doing charity walks and a Masquerade Ball is being organised for later this year.

Mark said: "Friends and family have been absolutely unbelievable, how they have helped us by donating, spreading the word, it brings me to tears sometimes when I think of how much they are helping.

"Everyone is wanting to keep Georgia's name alive."

Georgia's organs were donated after her death

Mark believes his daughter would be proud of their work so far just as they are.

Georgia donated her organs and gave the gift of live to three other people following her death.

The family said: "We are so incredibly proud of our Gee and the young woman she had become and all that she has achieved in her 17 years and the many lives she has touched, but she had so much more to give.

"This truly tragic event has cruelly taken our beautifully talented 'tiny dancer' with a massive heart and sassy attitude away from us all.

"This has left the biggest hole ever imaginable in all of her family and friends' hearts. Our hearts are shattered into a million pieces and will never be whole again.

"Gee was a truly amazing and loving daughter, sister, granddaughter, niece, cousin and friend meaning that her loss has created a huge void that can never be filled.

"The world has been a more sombre place without her shine and she is missed beyond measure each and everyday.

"Gee's kind and loving nature will live on through this foundation and the individuals whom it will help. We hope that something positive can come out of this absolutely tragic and heartbreaking situation."

To donate to the Georgia Leigh Ogden Foundation visit the Go Fund Me Page here.