A jury inquest is to be held into the death of a five-year-old boy at a holiday park near Newquay.

Robin Caliskan, from Plymouth, reportedly drowned in a swimming pool at the Atlantic Reach Holiday Park on July 31 of last year.

A pre inquest review was held in Truro on Tuesday, April 2. 

A two day inquest is due to be staged with a jury at a date to be fixed.

Robin’s parents, Cemal and Ferzan Caliskan, are due to give evidence at the inquest.

Engineer Mr Caliskan previously stated the family went for a swim in the park's indoor pool hours after arriving and pitching their tent for a three-day stay.

The family, including Cemal, Ferzan, Robin, and his baby brother, were all in the pool.

The circumstances are unclear about what happened next, but Robin was found floating lifeless in the pool by a guest.

Cemal said following the tragic incident that he wanted a "full investigation" into the death. 

He said at the time: “I feel there are a lot of unanswered questions about why Robin died. 

“I just cannot accept it at all."

The Atlantic Reach issued a statement following the tragedy, which stated:  "We do not feel it is appropriate to comment further at this stage, except to say our thoughts are with the family at this time. 

“Atlantic Reach is committed to supporting our guests and community, as well as our team that provided immediate assistance. 

“As such we respectfully ask that all those affected are given time and space at this distressing time.”