Coronavirus (COVID-19) service update:
Anyone who would like to attend any inquest hearing during the Coronavirus pandemic must telephone the Coroner's Office on 0345 045 1364 for further information.
Please note that hearings may change at short notice. Please check this webpage the evening before a hearing is scheduled, for the most up to date information.
Coroners are required by law to investigate any sudden or unexplained death. They are independent of both local and central government and are required to act in accordance with laid down rules and procedures.
In most cases, no further action is required and the death can be registered as normal. However, the Coroner may decide to hold an inquest to establish the facts.
The Guide to Coroner Services is primarily for bereaved people but others involved in or affected by a Coroner investigation or attending a Coroner's inquest may also find it helpful.
The Coroner's Office can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on 0345 045 1364. Office opening hours are Monday to Thursday, 8am to 4pm, and Friday, 8am to 3.30pm.
The following table lists the inquest hearings due to be held this month.
|Name||Age||Place of death||Date of death||Coroner||Location||Type||Date, time and duration|
|Philip Lambert||67||Peterborough City Hospital||25/01/2019||Ms. Rosamund Rhodes-Kemp||Lawrence Court, Huntingdon||Final||
|Paul Heneghan||38||Addenbrookes Hospital||07/01/2018||Mrs. Lorna Skinner||Huntingdon Town Hall||Final||
|Claire Morton||31||Addenbrookes Hospital||12/04/2019||Mr. David Heming||Huntingdon Law Courts||PIRH||
|David Tew||68||HMP Littlehey||17/09/2019||Mr. David Heming||Huntingdon Law Courts||Final||
|Daniel Stainton||46||HMP Peterborough||04/09/2019||Mr. Sean Horstead||Huntingdon Law Courts||PIRH||ADJOURNED|
Inquests due to be opened
There are no inquests due to be opened at present.
|Name||Age||Date of death||Place of death|