Woman in court after man was stabbed at Ingoldmells caravan park

The scene at Golden Sands in Ingoldmells. Photo: Kelly Sayles
The scene at Golden Sands in Ingoldmells. Photo: Kelly Sayles

A woman who allegedly stabbed her partner at a Lincolnshire caravan park has today (Monday October 2) appeared at Lincoln Crown Court.

23-year-old Chelsea Wilkie, of Vera Crescent in Rainworth, Notts, is charged with wounding with intent.

She was arrested on Tuesday August 29, at the Laver Leisure Golden Sands Holiday Park in Ingoldmells where the incident is alleged to have taken place.

Wilkie spoke only to confirm her name when she appeared in court by video link from Peterborough prison.

Judge Helen Malcolm QC adjourned the case until 30 October when Wilkie will re-appear at Lincoln Crown Court for a plea and case management hearing.

Wilkie was remanded in to custody until her next court appearance.

Emergency services were called to the Golden Sands Holiday Park during the early hours of 29 August following reports of a domestic incident at one of the caravans.

Lincolnshire Police confirmed a 29-year-old man from Nottinghamshire was taken to Boston Pilgrim Hospital for treatment for an injury.