Sally Mann, 34, who has been in charge at The Cottage since December 2009, said her son, who has twin siblings Charlie and Ellie, two, was now fine. She said: “He contracted e-coli 0157 and this developed into HUS –haemolytic uraemic syndrome. What basically happens is the virus mutates and starts attacking various organs. It breaks down all of the red blood cells and they clog the kidneys up and stop them from working. “It really was very touch and go at the time. I will feel eternally grateful to all of the staff on ward E17 for their care and expertise. I wouldn’t have my beautiful, healthy boy if it wasn’t for them. “Reading Ms Mann’s comments you can feel the emotion in how she talks about the hospital. Her sincerity really jumps out and speaks to you it is so touching. This is what charity events are all about, their designed to be helpful and this one event is both helpful and meaningful. It is why we at Morton Solution’s love being involved in charity events such as this one.” said the managing director of Morton Solutions.
Managing Director of Morton Solutions said “Sally thinks there is nothing she can do that will ever repay the Queen’s Medical Centre for all their hard work, but little does she know she’s doing more than she realises. A beer festival is a great way to involve the community not only will it draw the community closer together it also allows room to make loads of money for charity.”