150 handwritten notes, designed to help people in the darkest of times, have been taken down from the bridge where they were displayed by a county council.
Katie Houghton spent a month writing out notes with inspirational and uplifting phrases, or recruiting other people to do the same.
She tied them one by one to a bridge in Worcestershire, hoping they might be of some help to people at their lowest point.
When Katie returned to the bridge three days later, her notes were gone. And all that remained were the cable ties.
However, Worcestershire County Council tell us they were forced to take action, pointing out that the notes were unauthorised, and posed a danger to drivers passing under the footbridge.