Meningitis campaigner receives honorary degree

Steve Dayman lost his baby son Spencer to the illness, and will be honoured by the University of Bristol for 30 years of campaigning.

Meningitis campaigner is awarded honorary degree

Steve Dayman, meningitis campaigner, receiving honorary doctorate from University of Bristol Credit: Ede and Ravenscroft

A meningitis campaigner who lost his three-year-old son to the disease, has received an honorary degree for his work.

Steve Dayman has spent 30 years campaigning about Meningitis. He accepted his doctorate from the University of Bristol this morning.

Professor Adam Finn, Steve Dayman and Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Eric Thomas Credit: Ede and Ravenscroft

Meningitis campaigner to get honorary degree

Steve Dayman will be awarded an honorary degree at the University of Bristol Credit: ITV News

A man who's campaigned for 30 years about meningitis and raised millions of pounds for research will be awarded an honorary degree at the University of Bristol today.

Steve Dayman lost his baby son Spencer to the illness. This afternoon, former nurse and equal rights campaigner Princess Campbell - who was the first black ward sister in Bristol - will also be honoured.

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