A 10-year-old girl from Cumbria who wrote to the Prime Minister asking him to secure the future of services at the West Cumberland Hospital has had a response.
Maddy has said she was very excited to receive the letter and was really pleased that he agreed with her mum in that if you believe in something and work hard you can achieve it.
However she says there is just one problem – He didn’t answer her question.
A 10-year-old girl from Cumbria has written to the Prime Minister asking him to secure the future of services at the West Cumberland Hospital.
Maddy Snell wrote a letter after attending a protest meeting in Whitehaven last week, along with thousands of other campaigners.
Health bosses want to reassure Maddy there's no chance of the hospital closing and only high risk operations have been moved away for safety reasons. But campaigners say there is still uncertainty over the future of other services.
Katie Oakes reports
A 10-year-old girl who was treated for pneumonia at West Cumberland Hospital has written to the Prime Minister asking for his help to save some of its services.
Maddy Snell heard about plans to move some services to Carlisle, 40 miles from Whitehaven, and when her mother said she was going to write to David Cameron, Maddy wanted to write too.
And she's determined for an answer from the Prime Minister.
Her mother, Emma-Jayne Gooch, told ITV Border how proud of Maddy she is.
Health officials say they understand the concerns of the people who demonstrated in west Cumbria last night but say they need to ensure services are safe and save lives.
The North Cumbria NHS Trust says only high risk operations have been moved, because of a lack of qualified staff in Whitehaven, and mortality rates have fallen as a result.