Public Health England South West is urging unvaccinated students to get immunised now against deadly meningococcal disease.Read the full story ›
An eight-year-old who had his hands and legs amputated after contracting meningitis has taken up martial arts and is excelling at the sport.Read the full story ›
A toddler from Bath who lost all her limbs to meningitis has been given a specially-adapted doll, complete with miniature prosthetic limbs.Read the full story ›
A petition calling for all children to be given the Meningitis B vaccine has triggered a debate in parliament.Read the full story ›
The family from North Devon whose two daughters nearly died after being struck down by meningitis are backing a new campaign.Read the full story ›
Families of children who have survived meningitis have joined a leading West Country charity to campaign for the rollout of the vaccine.Read the full story ›
A toddler who lost all her limbs to meningitis is closer to walking for the first time.
Harmonie-Rose Allen, who's from Bath, has been fitted with her first pair of prosthetic legs. The two-year-old's mother says the family is over the the moon.
A former student from Gloucestershire has been telling how meningitis nearly stole her promising future.Read the full story ›
A guide to the signs and symptoms of meningitis and septicaemia - but be warned they may not all occur and could be in any orderRead the full story ›
A one year old girl from Bath who had to have her limbs amputated because of meningitis joined other survivors today to help raise awareness, and to support the charity which helped them through their darkest days.
It's been just eight months since Harmonie-Rose Allen underwent a major operation to remove her arms and legs. But her family say she continues to be an inspiration.
Victoria Davies reports: