Warsop murder trial to be heard in June

Cliff Collinge, who was found dead at his Warsop home.
Cliff Collinge, who was found dead at his Warsop home.

A WOMAN accused of murdering her husband will face trial in the summer alongside three men who also denied the killing at a court hearing on Monday.

Charlotte Collinge (44) formally denied murdering 61-year-old Clifford Collinge on 8th October last year.

His body was found at his home in Sandy Lane, Warsop.

The public seats at Nottingham Crown Court were packed for the brief plea and case management hearing.

The proceedings were delayed for about an hour by the late arrival of the vehicle bringing Charlotte Collinge from prison in Peterborough.

The three men who also pleaded not guilty to murder were Stephen Shreeves (39), of Laurel Avenue, Church Warsop; Kelvin Dale (27), of Forest Road, Warsop, and Robert Proud (36), of Greendale Close, also Warsop.

The three men also all denied assaulting a 36-year-old man, causing him actual bodily harm, on the same day.

Judge John Milmo further remanded all four of the accused in custody.

A trial has been fixed for 13th June and is expected to last three to four weeks.