THE family of meningitis survivor Charlotte Nott says the introduction of a new vaccine will save lives but it is four years too late for them.
THE family of meningitis survivor Charlotte Nott has welcomed a lifesaving vaccine that will be rolled out this summer.
Everyone at Meningitis UK/Meningitis Trust was touched to read that Charlotte Nott, five, who l ost her limbs to meningitis and septicaemia, has received prosthetic legs thanks to Oxford United and fans.
SPORTS-mad Charlotte Nott proved she could give Oxford United footballers a run for their money when she showed off her latest blades yesterday.
SIX-year old Charlotte Nott, who who lost all four of her limbs to meningitis, could get new “superhero” hands made using a 3D printer.
Meningitis amputee Charlotte Nott has turned seven, with a growing sense of independence and is now able to balance a pen between the end of her arm and torso.
A TOTAL of 24 people will face their fears and jump out of a plane 13,000 feet up to raise money for Charlotte Nott.
AN eight-year-old girl who lost her lower limbs to meningitis, has realised her true capabilities after a trip of a lifetime to swim with dolphins in Florida.
Youngster Charlotte Nott is waiting on the results of an MRI scan.
TWO football teams will battle it out next weekend to help raise money for disabled children. Oxford United Legends and the SpecialEffect Allstars face each other at Oxford City Football Club’s ground in Marsh Lane on Sunday. They are raising cash…