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Stephen Skinner found in Pembury woodland died of hanging

By William Janes

A man whose body was found in woodland died of hanging, an inquest has revealed.

The body of Stephen Skinner, from Cambridge, was discovered in woodland near Pembury.

Police were called on Wednesday, July 4 to an area described by the coroner as 'Marshley Woods' where the 52-year-old was found.

The Archbishops Palace in Mill Street, Maidstone.
The Archbishops Palace in Mill Street, Maidstone.

During the inquest opening at Archbishops Palace, a post-mortem revealed that the cause of death was hanging.

Mr Skinner worked in public relations before his death and was married.

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