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Thursday, 23 October 2014

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Inquest to open on teacher found dead on fells

An inquest will be opened on Monday into the death of a teacher in north Cumbria.

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Marian Page

Marian Page, 57, was found on Monday on fells in the Castle Carrock area, near Brampton.

She had been reported missing the previous Friday and a search was launched to try to find her. Her death is not being treated as suspicious.

Mrs Page was a teacher at Queen Elizabeth Grammar School in Penrith and had also taught at Carlisle’s Trinity School.

An announcement from the coroner says no cause of death had been established and the inquest itself is set to be held on June 2.

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