Man’s body discovered in Ellington Park

Ellington Park Photo Suzie Donohue

A man’s body has been found in Ellington Park, Ramsgate, today (September 2).

The sad discovery was made at the miniature train canopy area by a dog walker this morning. Kent Police and forensic officers are at the park after being called at 7am.

A Kent Police spokesperson said: “Kent Police was called at 7am following concern for a man in Ellington Park, Ramsgate.

“Officers attended, along with South East Coast Ambulance Service, and a man in his 40s was pronounced deceased.

“The death is not currently being treated as suspicious and a report will be prepared for the coroner.”


  1. I am always confused by the police statement that the discovery of a dead body in a park is not being treated as suspicious . . .

  2. So sad to hear this, well put comment. RIP hope they can trace people who knew him to they know about him, and pay their respects. A life lost is always sad regardless of the circumstances.

  3. He was a descent hardworking man. That sadly passed away due to natural causes. Shame on those that assume drugs etc.. please don’t be so quick to judge.

  4. I see all the crap replys we’re removed saying another drunk another druggy just goes to show what sort of world we live in jump in and say things even if they don’t know someone
    He was a hard working reliable honest guy who sadly had heart attack on way to work. I worked with him along with genuine people that know him so I am glad all the piss takers have been removed

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