TRIBUTES have poured in for a 25-year-old mum found hanged in Blackpool.
Hannah Stephanie Mitchell, a former pupil at Millfield High School in Thornton, was found at a house in Greenwood Avenue, Blackpool, and pronounced dead at the scene.
It is understood she had a young son.
A Facebook tribute page has been set up and scores of emotional messages have been left paying tribute to her on her page on the social networking site.
Tributes flooded in from family and friends to the popular mum.
Peter Bowden said: “Four years with the most beautiful girl in the world are better than a lifetime with all the rest.
“I don’t want to say goodbye it’s too painful, too final. You made me proud and that’s not changed.
“I love you forever. God rest your soul gorgeous.”
Another friend Bex Queren added: “Thought I was going to wake up from a bad dream this morning.
“Miss you so much dolly bird.”
And Dawn Pritchard said: “Forever young and simply stunning. So so sad. Thinking of all your friends and family. Sleep tight angel.”
The tribute page entitled R.I.P Hannah Stephanie Mitchell was set up by friends following the tragic event.
Within a day, more than 350 people had joined it on the social networking site while many others left heartfelt messages on her personal wall.
While some wanted to say how much they would miss the popular mother, others sent messages of support to her family.
Kelly O’Rourke wrote: “You will be truly missed.
“You’ve joined the rest of the angels now. Sleep peacefully chick.”
Phaedra Winston added: “RIP Hannah you were such a lovely girl, such good memories from when we were young.”
Leanne Curran wrote: “Another beautiful angel, rest in peace Hannah.”
And Ann Walkden left the message: “What a beautiful girl.
“Thoughts are with her family and friends.
“Hold on to your memories.”
As well as links in the Thornton area it is believed Miss Mitchell also spent time in Lytham.
Police confirmed a 25-year-old woman was found at the house in Blackpool, shortly before 11am on Wednesday.
They were called to the scene by paramedics. A spokesman said there were no suspicious circumstances and the case was being passed to the coroner’s office.