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Pat Lamb died from immersion, inquest hears

Pat Lamb died from immersion, inquest hears Credit: Kent Police

A man from Kent who disappeared after a night out in Maidstone died from immersion, an inquest has heard.

Pat Lamb, who was 28, was last seen heading down towards the river Medway in December.

His body was found in the water at Cuxton one month later. The inquest has been adjourned until April.

Iconic train tour of Kent a sell-out

The Belmond British Pullman snakes through the countryside Credit: Belmond images

Tickets for a four hour journey around Kent on the sister train to the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express this summer have sold out so quickly, the organisers have had to put on another date. The iconic Belmond British Pullman will be departing from Maidstone on July 4th at a cost of £299 per head. It was exclusively chartered by the Heart of Kent Hospice to raise funds for the charity. The train will run again on 26th September. Bookings can be made by calling Richard Neville on 01622 790195.

Putting the finishing touches to the Pullman Credit: Belmond images

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Tributes paid to missing man found dead in a river

The parents of a missing Kent man, whose body was found at the weekend, have paid an emotional tribute to him. Patrick Lamb disappeared after a night out in Maidstone last month. A search team confirmed the 28-year old was discovered in the River Medway at Cuxton on Saturday. Sharon and Tony Lamb have spoken of their loss.

Body found in River Medway is that of Patrick Lamb

Patrick Lamb Credit: KENT POLICE

Kent Police was called at 3.31pm yesterday following reports of a body of a man found in the River Medway at Cuxton Marina.

Formal identification is yet to take place but the family and girlfriend of missing man Patrick Lamb have been informed.

The Pat Lamb Search Team posted on its facebook page last night, "It is now been confirmed that Patricks Body has been identifed as the body found at Cuxton. As a Team we are heartbroken and send our condolences to the Family and Tasha..."

The 28 year-old went missing after a night out in Maidstone on the 13th December.

Friends of Patrick Lamb hopeful after reported sightings

Friends of Pat Lamb who went missing last month plan to search an area near Maidstone. They say they've had two reported sightings of him near Allington lock.

They have been searching the area today but have not yet had any further information as to his whereabouts.

He was last seen after a night out in Maidstone almost a month ago.

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"We'll keep searching" say friends and family of missing clubber

The family and friends of a missing Kent man have spent the day giving out leaflets to the public, as they try to find out what happened to him. Twenty eight year old Patrick Lamb disappeared a week ago after he left a bar in Maidstone. His bank account hasn't been touched. Yesterday police divers searched the river Medway but found nothing. Andrea Thomas has the latest. She spoke to Patrick's sister Zoe, his girlfriend Natasha Morgan and Chief Inspector Susie Harper from Kent Police.

Divers search river as fears grow for missing Patrick

Patrick Lamb has been missing for a week Credit: Kent Police

Police searching for 28 year old Patrick Lamb who disappeared in Maidstone a week ago have sent divers in to search part of the River Medway.

It comes as friends of Patrick launch a huge awareness campaign to help track him down.

He was last seen at Bar Chocolate on Friday night LAST week.

Friends are desperate to find the 26 year old Credit: Kent Police

Police have today been using sonar to search part of the river, and this afternoon a tent was erected on the river bank. But an officer told ITV Meridian tonight that there was still no sign of the missing man.

Friends of Mr Lamb, who grew up in Whitstable and went to Canterbury High School, say it is extremely out of character for him not to have made contact and have set up a Facebook appeal for information.

The Facebook page created by Patrick's friends Credit: Facebook
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