A charity worker who had won a string of awards for he voluntary contribution to society killed herself after abuse from her neighbours in Wythenshaw, Manchester, an inquest has heard.

St John Ambulance volunteer Kimberley Lindfield, 27, had complained to housing officials in 2012 about the loud music being played by neighbours, who then did it deliberately and shouted at her that she was a “grass”, the prison term for an informer. She was admitted to Wythenshaw Hospital in July 2012 with a suspected medication overdose and found hanging the same day. She was cut down but died six days later.

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