A paralympian and his family are trying to make sure we're all aware of the signs of meningitis.
Aaron Phipps was 15 when he went to bed feeling unwell. By the next morning he was in hospital on a life support machine - his family were told he wouldn't survive.
But the wheelchair rugby player beat the odds - despite losing both legs and most of his fingers. Andrew Pate went to meet him and his family.
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Rain becoming more persistent overnight. Rain and cloud slow to clear tomorrow but becoming dry by the afternoon. Some brightness later
Rain becoming more persistent overnight. The rain gradually clearing tomorrow morning then sunny spells for the afternoon, feeling cooler
Becoming brighter with warm sunny spells developing this afternoon but also the risk of heavy showers