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.
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