Investigations are currently ongoing into the death of a 29-year-old woman who died in a care home. 

Holly Goodchild was found deceased at the facility in Belton, near Great Yarmouth, on March 29. 

Miss Goodchild was a resident at Cygnet House care home, off Station Road. 

An inquest into her death was opened on May 22 at Norfolk Coroner’s Court at County Hall in Norwich

At the time, the medical cause of death was given as positional asphyxia due to, or as a result of, epilepsy and morbid obesity.  

Eastern Daily Press: Norfolk Coroner's CourtNorfolk Coroner's Court (Image: Newsquest)

She was also diagnosed as having left ventricular hypertrophy 

At a review hearing on December 5, the court heard that it was still awaiting evidence before the inquest could proceed. 

Area coroner, Samantha Goward, said: “Investigations are ongoing in regards to the care she was receiving.” 

A full inquest to determine the official cause of death is due to take place during the week commencing June 24, 2024. 

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