A memorial service has been held in Nottingham for a doctor whose body was found after she had been missing for nearly two weeks.
Elizabeth Kinston had two young children and is thought to have been battling post-natal depression. Her family have previously said they are incredibly proud of everything she achieved during her wonderful life.
The service of celebration was held at St Peter's Church in Nottingham where Elizabeth's friends and family gathered to remember her.
Elizabeth Kinston, 37, gave birth to her second daughter in January and was still on maternity leave from her job as a GP in Long Eaton when she left her home last month. After two weeks of searching, her body was found on grassland in Dunkirk. Her death is not being treated as suspicious.
Elizabeth's private family funeral has already taken place and today's event was to be a service of celebration to honour her life. People had been asked not to wear black as her family said colour would better reflect Elizabeth's life and personality.
Nearly 200 people attended the service and among them were her family and many of her patients. During the service Elizabeth's husband David thanked the police, friends, colleagues and the general pubic for their help during the search. He went on to say:
Later on Dr Cleo Oliver, her friend from University, said:
Instead of flowers people were asked to donate to a collection in Elizabeth's name to PANDAS, a post natal depression charity. During the service it was described as an awful illness which took Elizabeth from her family.