Supertram pays touching tribute to tragic Sheffield teenager

Sheffield’s Supertram bosses have announced a touching gesture as the city continues to pay tribute to tragic teenager Alfie Hague.

Monday, 8th February 2021, 6:26 pm

Friends and family asked people to ‘turn Twitter blue’ for the youngster, with Sheffield band Reverend And The Makers among those to show their respects.

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Supertram has paid tribute to Sheffield teenager Alfie Hague, who died aged 13

Stagecoach Supertram has now joined those showing their love for Alfie, whose mum Michelle affectionately called him ‘Moo Moo’.

It tweeted: “Today, Monday 8 February, the Supertram Blue route is dedicated to the memory of Alfie Hague, aged 13. Our thoughts are with his family and friends #maketwitterblueforalfiemoomoo.”

Supertram’s gesture is the latest way in which people across Sheffield have been keeping Alfie’s memory alive.

An anonymous artist previously painted a mural for Alfie on the shutters of the family cafe, while a craftswoman generously produced personalised face masks for loved ones to wear at his funeral.