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Colourful tribute to bullied Hannah
The life of a teenage girl who died after suffering brutal abuse at the hands of cyberbullies will be celebrated at her funeral.
Hannah Smith, 14, was found hanged in her bedroom at the family home by her sister two weeks ago.
Her family say she had endured months of torment on controversial question-and-answer website ask.fm, but it has also been reported she sent herself the majority of the abusive messages.
The controversial website was due to publicise plans to deal with online bullying but have postponed the announcement as it coincided with the funeral.
Hannah's father, David Smith, has banned mourners from wearing black at his daughter's funeral and asked them to instead opt for brightly coloured clothing.
Mr Smith, a 45-year-old trucker from Lutterworth, Leicestershire, has also been reported to have asked Hannah's friends to wear onesies because his daughter loved them, and would be smiling knowing they were wearing them.
Hundreds of people are expected to attend the service at St Mary's Church in the town, which also opened a book of condolence for people to sign following Hannah's death.
Her service will be conducted by the Reverend Charlie Styles, and will celebrate the teenager's life.
A statement on the church's website said: "During the service a candle will be lit in Hannah's memory and prayers will be said for her family and friends.
"Dave has asked that a selection of the comments from the book of memories be read aloud as a tribute to his daughter."