A MOVING tribute to a man who was found dead last week has been set up outside the pub where he drank.
The memorial is in memory of Sean Bottomley, 39, of Beech Street, Paddock.
A family member found him hanging in the hall of his home last Tuesday morning.
On Saturday a carpet of flowers covered the doorstep of the Marsh House pub on Westbourne Road, Marsh, where Mr Bottomley used to drink.
A football shirt of the team he supported, Leeds United, has been fastened to the door of the now-closed pub.
On the front, the simple but moving message is: "R.I.P Sean, marching on in heaven"- a reference to the football club's anthem, Marching on Together.
Full bottles of his favourite tipple, Newcastle Brown Ale, together with pint glasses and a rugby ball also help paint a picture of Mr Bottomley.
Other tributes include: "Rest in peace Sean, you will never been forgotten."
Family members have also paid tribute to their uncle, with the simple message: "Thinking of You."
A pen has been left by the cards and flowers so that other people might contribute their thoughts.
The pub has a poor reputation.
In August robbers threatened the landlord with a gun.
Then in September a 22-year-old soldier was shot in the pelvis in front of stunned drinkers.
The pub has been closed since the shooting.
Three men have been arrested for the attack.