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She said Richard was ‘in the midst of whatever was happening in the family’ and had a ‘have a go’ attitude, “So many happy moments of his childhood spring to mind,” she said.
“Slides, swings, climbing frames, swimming, go-Karts, farm visits, theme parks, Playmobile and hanging out with the family.” She said she hoped his inquest would help protect people with mental health problems and learning difficulties in the future.
“Richard was a very much-loved member of the family and his death has left a void that can never be filled, she said.
“The inquest is very important to the family in helping us grieve.
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Richard Handley, from Lowestoft, died at Ipswich Hospital’s accident and emergency department on November 17, 2012, from complications due to a bowel obstruction.
His mother Sheila Handley told the inquest Richard had suffered with life-long problems with constipation and that it was suspected he had Hirschprungs Disease, a congenital condition that affects around 10% of people with Downs Syndrome.
Although today it forms a suburb of the urban area of Lowestoft, it was until 1934 a village and parish in its own right.
Pakefield became a site of national archaeological importance in 2005 when flint tools over 700,000 years old were unearthed.