The friends of a teenager who took her own life after being bullied online wore bright coloured clothes today at her funeral.
Hundreds turned out to say goodbye to 14-year-old Hannah Smith who was targeted by cyber bullies on the social networking site Ask FM. Her father David said he wanted today's service to be a celebration of her life.
The vicar who led the funeral of 14-year-old cyberbullying victim Hannah Smith called the service "a fitting tribute".
Rev Charlie Styles said: "There were obvious tears and it was quite heartbreaking really to hear, especially some of the younger people, some of Hannah's friends sobbing.
"But the overall tone of the service, and the tone really of today, was a feeling of celebration and laughter even amidst the tears.
"It was a fitting tribute to Hannah - the music choices were the sort of thing that she loved, that she liked to dance to or sing in the shower, which was just wonderful to be able to do and I think, as well, we managed to express some of the sadness that we're all feeling."