The family of a man who died after a road crash have paid tribute.

Max Berry, 22, died after the fatal crash on the A417 last Saturday.

Mr Berry worked at Renkum Stud in Malvern, having moved down from Lancashire to become an equine student.

In a statement, his family said: "Max grew up in Lancashire with his family, where he developed his love of horses, and first came to the Gloucester area when he was accepted as an equine student to Hartpury College in 2015.

"He then went on to complete a degree in Equine Business Management before becoming a member of the equine staff at the University.

"Max also worked at Renkum Stud in Malvern whilst at University where he made many close friends and from where both his horses came.

"After taking this summer off to compete his horses, Tini and Ammo, at show jumping events across the country, he started his dream job at Brendon Stud near Brighton.

"Max was a popular individual who had many friends and was loved by both his peers and colleagues alike.

"He will be sadly missed by all of his family, who would like to thank all the emergency service personnel who attended the scene."

Max's funeral will be held at Skipton Crematorium, Walton Wrays Cemetery, Carlton Road, Skipton, on Thursday, November 11 at 2.10pm.