Center Parcs worker Penny Bulpitt cause of death revealed after gran, 67, hit by car at popular resort | The Sun

A CENTER Parcs worker died from a skull fracture and brain injuries after she was hit by a car at the popular resort, an inquest heard.

Penny Bulpitt, 67, was cycling at the Woburn Forest holiday site when she was struck by a Yamaha UTV being driven by a colleague.

Tragically the gran couldn't be saved and died in hospital the following day.

An inquest into her death today heard how her cause of death was given as a severe traumatic skull fracture and brain injuries.

A full hearing was adjourned pending the outcome of a police investigation.

Dr Sean Cummings, assistant coroner for Bedfordshire, passed on his condolences to Penny's loved ones.

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The horror unfolded at around midday on September 22 as Penny ran an errand.

Her death was the second at the Woburn Forest park in just two months after a teen boy died when he fell from his skateboard.

In a tribute, Penny's family said "she was loved by everyone who knew her".

Center Parcs added: “We are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of one of our team at Woburn Forest, our thoughts are with her family, friends and her colleagues at this time.

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"We are in contact with her family, and we are offering support to them and any of our colleagues at Woburn Forest who have been affected.

"Center Parcs is working closely with all the relevant authorities following this incident.”

Center Parcs in Woburn is the group's newest resort in the UK and boasts a subtropical pool and spa.

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