The inquest into the deaths of a father and his three children found dead in a disused Shropshire quarry last summer, will be held over three days in April.
The bodies of Ceri Fuller, aged 35, his son Samuel, aged 12, and daughters Rebecca Rose, aged 8 and Charlotte Mae, aged 7, all from Coleford in Gloucestershire were found in a disused quarry at Poles Coppice, Pontesbury Hill, near Shrewsbury on July 16th.
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