INQUESTS will take place in Salisbury next Thursday (October 24) into the deaths of two people after a crash on the A36 last December.

They are Anna Kirsopp-Lewis, 34, a Media Studies teacher at Frome College, and Bath publican Ian Barton, 62.

Mrs Kirsopp-Lewis, of Woodcock Road, Warminster, was 38 weeks pregnant with her unborn baby boy, Oscar, when they died in the accident on December 18.

Mr Barton, the landlord of The Wheatsheaf public house at Coombe Hay, died at Southmead Hospital in Bristol on December 23.

The accident happened just after 1pm on the A36 near Black Dog Farm between Warminster and Standerwick. Mrs Kirsopp-Lewis was driving a Peugeot 2008 SUV and Mr Barton a Porsche Cayenne.

The inquests will be held at the Wiltshire & Swindon Coroner's Court in Salisbury before senior coroner David Ridley.

They had been opened in January and were postponed to October.