A mother from Hove has started a petition after her local breastfeeding support worker's role was been cut.

Kim Walker used the support worker to help her breastfeed her baby and says she is worried that other mothers won't now get the same support:

The Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust, which had run the service, says the support worker has been re-deployed. In a statement, they told us:

"This is part of changes which aim to improve access to breastfeeding support across the whole of Brighton & Hove. For many years some parts of the City have had lower outcomes than others and we want to ensure our service can target the areas that need most support.

Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust

The breastfeeding petition currently has over 300 signatures.

Abigail Bracken's report includes interviews with mothers Gemma Bigwood and Sarah Ison, as well as Janet Sang from Sussex Defends the NHS.