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.
A father from Redditch, Worcestershire, accused of murdering his two-month-old daughter has appeared at Worcester Crown Court.
Tyler Vallance, 20, has been further charged with the ill-treatment or neglect of a child causing unnecessary suffering or injury.
The mother of the child, 18 year-old Jessica Higgins, is accused of causing or allowing the death of a child and is further charged with the ill-treatment or neglect of a child causing unnecessary suffering or injury.
The charges relate to injuries their daughter Isabella Vallance sustained at a house in Redditch between December 5 and December 7 last year.
The baby died in hospital on December 12.
The case was adjourned for a plea and case management hearing to be held at the Crown Court on October 28.
West Mercia Police are warning people about the dangers of swimming or playing near open water after two children had to be pulled from a river in Worcestershire this lunchtime.
An 11-year-old boy and his 6-year-old sister were swimming in the River Arrow near Dolphin Road in Redditch shortly before 12:35pm.
They were rescued by a man and a woman who were walking nearby who heard the children's cries for help.
Both were taken to hospital where they are understood to be in a stable condition.
Detective Inspector Vikki Reay of West Mercia Police
“Were it not for the actions of these people who were nearby we could be looking at a double tragedy – these children had a very lucky escape.
“This illustrates all too plainly the dangers of swimming in or playing near open water and such an incident right at the start of the school summer holidays also serves as a warning to parents to be aware of where their children are and what they are doing.”
West Midlands Ambulance say the two children who were seen in difficullty in the River Arrow had been pulled form the water by the time crew arrived.
A spokeswoman said:
“Ambulance crews treated a six-year-old girl who was found to have a reduced level of consciousness and suffering from hypothermia. The girl was also found to have ingested some water from the river. Crews provided emergency medical treatment at the scene before airlifting the girl to Birmingham Children’s Hospital, where on arrival, she was conscious and talking to paramedics.
“A second patient, an 11-year-old boy, is also believed to have ingested some of the river water and was suffering from hypothermia. The boy again was provide with medical treatment at the scene and conveyed, via land ambulance, to the Alexandra Hospital in Redditch for further assessment and treatment."
Two children are in hospital after they got into trouble in the River Arrow in Worcestershire.
It's after reports a 6-year-old girl and an 11-year-old boy were in difficulty in the water just off Dolphin Road in Redditch.
Two children have been rescued after getting into trouble in the River Arrow in Worcestershire.
A six-year-old girl and an 11-year-old boy were pulled from the water just off Dolphin Road in Redditch at lunchtime today.
The girl was taken to Birmingham Children's Hospital for treatment while it is thought the boy was taken to Alexandra Hospital.
Police are looking for a man who exposed himself to a schoolgirl in Redditch on Friday.
The 14-year-old was walking along an alleyway that runs between Red Hill and Holloway Drive just after 8am.
The victim was left distressed by the incident.
The man is white, in his late 30s to early 40s, 5ft 8ins tall, of medium build, with short shaved hair, an oval shaped face and some facial stubble. He was wearing dark top and dark tracksuit bottoms.
Racist markings and slogans have been daubed on a mosque by intruders in Redditch, who also stole building tools and equipment. The attack is being treated by police as a hate crime.
Walls and windows at the building, which is due to open at the end of the year, were covered in anti-Muslim graffiti.
It's the second attack on a Midlands mosque in the past few days.
The cleanup has started after a mosque in Redditch had racist graffiti painted on it.
The building on Jinnah Road was targeted early this morning.
Police have since arranged meetings with the chairs of the mosque, local leaders and the Independent Advisory Group.
Police have been meeting the leaders of a mosque in Redditch which was attacked early this morning.
Racist graffiti was painted onto the building in Jinnah Road.
The incident has been described by officers from West Mercia Police as "mindless".