Inquest opened into death of Rawmarsh teacher

By Adele Forrest | 24/04/2018

Inquest opened into death of Rawmarsh teacher
Chelsey Peart

THE inquest into the death of a young teacher was opened yesterday (Monday).

Chelsey Peart (27), an arts and textiles teacher at Rawmarsh Community School, was found dead at her Manor Road home in Brampton Bierlow on April 11.

Police said the death was not suspicious.

The Doncaster Coroner, Ms Nicola Mundy, opened the inquest into Mrs Peart’s death at Doncaster Coroner's Court.

The preliminary cause of death was given as hanging.

Ms Mundy adjourned the hearing until October 1 for further investigations to be carried out.

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