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Next week's inquests

There will be a change to your usual bin collection day on week commencing Monday 30 May, due to the extra Bank Holiday. Our crews will be working between Monday to Thursday and all refuse collections that week will move a day forward. View your bin collection calendar.

The inquests listed here are for next week and any following weeks. Details of this week's inquests can be found on the current inquests page.

Middlesbrough Town Hall address: Middlesbrough Town Hall (access via the Town Hall quadrangle - follow the blue signs from Centre Square), Middlesbrough, TS1 2QJ

Magistrates' Court address: Court 13, Teesside Magistrates' Court, Albert Road, Middlesbrough, TS1 2AS

Week commencing: Monday 30 May 2022

Day Inquests
Monday 30 May 2022

No inquests planned

Tuesday 31 May 2022

No inquests planned

Wednesday 1 June 2022

No inquests planned

Thursday 2 June 2022 No inquests planned
Friday 3 June 2022 No inquests planned

June 2022

Friday 17 June 2022

  • 10am - Roger Anderson - O&C
  • 1:30pm - Harry Buckton - O&C
  • 2pm - Ann Nosworthy - O&C
  • 2:30pm - Hilda Hall - O&C
  • 3pm - Martin Bainbridge - O&C

Taking place at Teesside Magistrates' Court

August 2022

1 August 2022

  • 10am - Leslie Mordecai - O&C

Taking place at Teesside Magistrates' Court

Understanding the inquest list

We use abbreviations in the inquest list to keep it easy to read, but we know not everyone will understand what they mean. Here are explanations of the abbreviations we use the most.

O&A

O&A stands for 'open and adjourn'. This means that the actual inquest will take place at a later date. This is because the coroner needs to get more information before they can decide on a cause of death.

O&C

O&C stands for 'open and conclude'. This means that the inquest will be finished in one day. At the end, the coroner will make a decision about the cause of death.

PIR

PIR stands for 'pre-inquest review'. This is a hearing, or hearings, which are held before the inquest takes place. A pre-inquest review is used if an inquest will be very complex. It will decide on things like what the inquest will cover, what information will be needed, and which witnesses and experts will need to attend.