Amy Winehouse’s ashes were buried at an Edgware cemetery yesterday, more than one year after the singer’s tragic death.

Family and friends gathered for a Jewish ceremony at Edgwarebury Lane Cemetery, where the 27-year-old’s ashes were interred next to a pink and black headstone.

The Back to Black singer was found dead at her home in Camden in July 2011. An inquest later found she died of alcohol poisoning.

On July 26 last year, the Southgate-born singer was cremated at Golders Green Crematorium.

The Sun reports that 70 people attended yesterday’s ceremony in a plot set to be marked by a rose.