Stafford campaigner puts cafe up for sale on Ebay

Cure the NHS founder Julie Bailey Photo: PA

Cure the NHS founder Julie Bailey has put her cafe in Stafford up for sale on internet auction site Ebay.

Julie's mother Bella was one of hundreds of patients found to have died needlessly at Mid Staffordshire NHS Trust between 2005 and 2008.

It led to her forming the campaign group Cure the NHS which pushed for a public inquiry into the higher than normal death rates at Stafford Hospital.

Last month she said she wanted to move away from the town because she's being abused and she's too scared to carry on living there.

Julie claims her mother's grave has been vandalised and that she's received death threats.

CLICK HERE to see Julie's Bailey's interview last month on ITV Daybreak

The Ebay entry for the lease on Julie Bailey's cafe Credit: ebay.co.uk

The lease on the Breaks Cafe on Bridge Street has a starting bid of £10,000 but is listed as costing £15,000.

It's described as being 'superbly fitted and equipped through-out' and the sale 'includes all kitchen equipment and furnishings, nothing needed all ready to trade'.

The entry goes on to say the business is being sold as a going concern 'for quick sale wanted.'

CLICK HERE to see the Ebay listing.