A service of celebration is being held in Nottingham today in memory of Elizabeth Kinston whose body was found on grassland in Nottingham two weeks after she went missing from home.
Her body was found in the Dunkirk area of Nottingham and it is believed she was suffering from post-natal depression. Her family have asked that people do not bring flowers but instead make a donation to PANDAS, a charity which helps people with pre and post-natal depression.
A family has paid tribute to a GP whose body was found on grassland in Nottingham two weeks after she went missing from home.
Mother-of-two, Elizabeth Kinston, was last seen on November 1 after she left her home in Beeston, Nottinghamshire. Police said she had been suffering post-natal depression.
The 37-year-old’s body was discovered in the Dunkirk area of Nottingham last Thursday, and formal identification has now taken place.
Ms Kinston’s family have released a statement thanking people for their support:
We would like to thank all of our friends, her patients and members of the public who have offered support, love and well wishes during the last few weeks. A special thanks to the police, who worked tirelessly.
Our beautiful Lizzie was found resting peacefully on Thursday 14 November.
We love her so much and are so incredibly proud of everything she achieved during her wonderful life.
An amazing mum, daughter, sister, wife and friend. We love you Lizzie.
Police have confirmed that a body found last week in Nottingham is that of the missing GP, Elizabeth Kinston.
The family of the 37 year old have been notified following the formal identification of the body.
Her family have issued a statement saying:
“We would like to thank all of our friends, her patients and members of the public who have offered support, love and well wishes during the last few weeks."
"Our beautiful Lizzie was found resting peacefully on Thursday 14 November."
The mother of two went missing from her home in Beeston on Friday 1 November. Her body was found near Enterprise Way, Dunkirk, on Thursday 14 November. A full post-mortem examination is expected to take place but the death is not being treated as suspicious.
Catherine Hanshaw has described her friend, Elizabeth Kinston, as a 'lovely source of support' to all of those around her.
She added that she was 'dedicated to her children'.
Police have today confirmed that they believe a body found in Nottingham is that of the mother missing from her home in Beeston since November 1.
Detective Inspector Kev Broadhead from Nottinghamshire Police said:
– Detective Inspector Kev Broadhead
"“Formal identification has yet to be confirmed, but at this stage we do believe we have found Elizabeth.
"It’s a tragic conclusion to the inquiry and one we were all desperately hoping we would not have to face."
The body of a woman found in Nottingham is believed to be that of missing doctor Elizabeth Kinston, police have confirmed.
The discovery was made at 12.25pm yesterday on grassland near Enterprise Way in Dunkirk.
A post-mortem examination took place this morning.
The death at this stage is not being treated as suspicious.
Elizabeth, 37, went missing from her Beeston home on Friday 1 November 2013.
Friends of a Nottinghamshire GP who went missing two weeks ago have been laying flowers at the spot where police discovered a woman's body.
Dr Elizabeth Kinston, 37, from Beeston, hasn't been seen since November 1.
She was on maternity leave after the birth of her second daughter last January.
It is believed she had been suffering from symptoms of post-natal depression.
Yesterday, Nottinghamshire Police found the body of a woman at King's Meadow Nature Reserve near the NG2 Business Park in Nottingham.
A post-mortem examination is being carried out and a formal identification is yet to take place.
Today, two mothers from Dr Kinston's ante-natal group came to the nature reserve to leave bunches of flowers.
Police searching for missing mother Elizabeth Kinston have found the body of a woman in Nottingham.
The discovery was made at 12.25pm today on grassland near Enterprise Way in Dunkirk.
Formal identification has yet to be confirmed and forensic examination is taking place.
Elizabeth’s family have been informed of the developments.
Police searching for missing mother, Elizabeth Kinston, from Nottingham, have found a body.
The identity of the body has not yet been confirmed.