A women described as "wonderful" by her daughter is the latest nursing assistant to die from coronavirus in the Midlands.

Sylvia Tideswell, who was 60, had worked on the elderly care wards at Royal Stoke University Hospital since 2003. Colleagues said she was "quietly efficient and 'kind" and will be "sadly missed".

Ms Tideswell leaves three children, Sarah, Kerry and Martyn, plus grandchildren Chris, Jake and Jordan.

She spent much of her spare time caring for her mother and looking after her dog, Phoebe.

"Mum was wonderful.

Her daughter, Sarah

"Sylvia was one of those people who would sneak onto the ward at the start of a shift and just get on with the job.

Ward manager Jenny McClatchy

Tracy Bullock, the Chief Executive at University Hospitals of North MidlandsNHS Trust, said Ms Tideswell will be "sadly missed".

NHS workers from the Midlands who have died after contracting coronavirus.

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