Tributes to Lisa pour in by the thousand

Flowers at City Lane, Wheatley.
Flowers at City Lane, Wheatley.

THOUSANDS of people have posted messages on tribute sites dedicated to Lisa Saville.

Two Facebook memorial sites have been started for the cherished 19-year-old, who died in City Lane, Wheatley, Halifax, on March 4.

A page has also been dedicated to her on the memorial website Gone Too Soon.

Each site has been flooded with a staggering number of messages from friends and family of the popular young woman who was a student at Holy Trinity Senior School and Calderdale College and who worked at the Hairy Lemon bar in Lord Street in Halifax town centre.

Her father, David Saville, runs DS Security, which provides door staff for several Halifax bars.

Flowers also continue to be placed in her memory in City Lane.

The many messages include one from Stevie Lea Brooks, which reads: “Sleep tight, princess. I’m so proud to say I was your friend.

“You touched so many people’s lives and mine too. You will never be forgotten and will always be love.

“You’re a true angel. Keep an eye on us all, please. Love you loads, Lisa. Rest in peace, babe xxxxx.”

Cor Richardson posted: “Went to put flowers down for you the other day with Talia. There’s so many! Can’t believe it still. You were such a nice person and so many people love you. You’ll always be missed, Lisa.”

Katie Mathieson posted: “RIP, gorgeous. So glad I met such a lovely girl like you.

“Always had a huge smile on ya face and always happy.

“Keep that smile going up there, babe. Gonna be missed so much. Rest in peace, sweetheart.”

Lauren Miller wrote: “RIP, angel. Hope you’re shining up there as much as you did down here.

“You will most certainly be the brightest star in the sky. Thinking of you and your family at this sad time. You’re now in a better place with the angels. Sleep tight, hun xxxx.”