Tracey Holmes said her mother was treated 'worse than an animal' while she was in the Alexandra Hospital in Redditch.
A family from Redditch who lost their daughter suddenly in 2010 to a heart condition have arranged free First Aid training in the town.
Clare Lines, a Special Olympic skier from Redditch, travels to South Korea today (January 25) to take part in the Winter Games.
One of the stars of 'The Only Way is Essex', Lydia Bright, has opened a pop-up shop in Redditch today.
The shop will remain in Kingfisher Shopping Centre for the rest of the week.
The NHS has offered a "heartfelt and sincere" apology to the family of Sandra Aston, following her death in April last year.
Chief nursing officer, Helen Blanchard, has spoken of the apology sent to Mrs Aston's daughter, Tracey Holmes.
We would like to repeat our offer of a sincere apology to Mrs Holmes.
We accept that aspects of the care that her mother received were unsatisfactory, and we are deeply sorry for her family's experience.
We have been in regular contact with Mrs Holmes over the last year to talk about how we have learned from her experience.
– Helen Blanchard, Chief nursing officer at Worcestershire Hospitals NHS Trust
We were very grateful when Mrs Holmes attended a board meeting to allow senior staff to listen to her story and we have taken action to improve care.
I have written to Mrs Holmes recently to try and maintain communications, and would be happy to meet with the family again to address their needs.
Sandra Aston died hours after this video was taken, on 25 April 2012.
Her daughter, Tracey Holmes, claims the hospital neglected her, and left her to die.
The NHS have given the family a formal apology.
A woman, who was forced to feed her elderly mother with lollipops in order to keep her hydrated, has received an apology from the NHS.
Tracey Holmes’ mother, Sandra Aston, was left helpless at Redditch Alexandra Hospital in the week before she died in April 2012.
The 79-year-old was also misdiagnosed. She was told she had pneumonia, when in fact, Mrs Aston had lung cancer that could not be operated on, which caused her death.
The hospital have formally apologised to the family.
– Tracey Holmes
My mother was left dehydrated, with no monitoring of her fluid or food intake.
We constantly found her freezing cold, with cracked bleeding lips and in considerable distress due to her discomfort and desperate thirst.
We even took to bringing her ice lollies because the hospital was unable to provide oral sponges.
We fear that if we had not been there then mum would have received nothing at all.
Star of 'The Only Way is Essex', Lydia Bright, has opened a pop-up shop in Redditch today.
On opening the store, which will be in Redditch for the rest of the week, she said: "We are touring the biggest and most important cities in the UK, and Redditch is one of them."
– Lydia Bright, owner of Bella Sorella store and star of TOWIE
Both Georgia and myself are delighted about coming to Redditch. We have visited a number of times and feel it is the perfect location for our Bella Sorella pop-up store. The vintage inspired trend has grown from strength to strength over recent years, and having walked around Redditch we can see that shoppers are on the ball with this.
Our visit to Kingfisher will also be a first for my own clothing brand which has not been stocked in the West Midlands yet. I can't wait to premiere my designs at the Centre.
‘The Only Way is Essex’ star, Lydia Bright, is opening a pop-up shop in Redditch today.
Alongside her sister, Georgia, the family duo have revamped a unit in the Kingfisher Shopping Centre to sell their range of vintage clothes, usually stocked in their ‘Bella Sorella’ store in Essex.
The store was was named among the 100 Best Independent Retailers in the Drapers Awards, and the pop-up version is to be open in Redditch until the end of the week.
A simple blood test could have saved the life of a diabetic woman who died after a nurse failed to monitor her diabetes properly.
Margaret Pitt, who was fifty-five, suffered brain damage because her glucose levels weren't checked.
The NHS Trust has apologised and paid compensation and Mrs Pitt's husband says lessons must be learnt, as he learns live without her.
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The husband of a woman who died because her glucose levels weren't checked in hospital says he feels no malice.
A blood test could have saved the life of Margaret Pitt who died after a nurse failed to properly monitor her diabetes.
Fifty-five, suffered brain damage because her glucose levels weren't checked at the Alexandra Hospital in Redditch. The NHS Trust has apologised and paid compensation.
The trust which runs the Alexandra Hospital in Redditch has apologised to the family of a diabetic who died after staff failed to carry out a blood glucose check.
Margaret Pitt, who was 50, suffered an irreversible brain injury while being treated at the hospital in November 2010.
– Chris Tidman, Deputy Chief Executive of Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust
"We are pleased that a settlement has been reached. Following our internal investigation and the inquest into Mrs Pitt's death in June 2012, a number of improvements have been made to our clinical processes and our staff training programmes to ensure that these mistakes don't happen again. We again offer Mrs Pitt's family our unreserved apologies over the failures identified in Mrs Pitt's care."