January 2015 - Charlotte turns seven
CHARLOTTE Nott spent her third birthday in bandages after losing the lower part of all four of her limbs to meningitis.
Now as she celebrates her seventh birthday her mum says she is doing as well as anyone else in her class. Read more
November 2014 - 3D printed robotic hand offers hope to child amputees
A company which prints robotic limbs is offering hope to children who have lost arms and legs. Read more
September 2014 - Girl who losts her limbs to meningitis now has house ramps, new toilet and shower at home
Charlotte has a new-found independence after a £40,000 refurbishment to her home means she can get about without help from her mum. Read more
August 2014 - Taking to the skies to raise money for new prosthetics
THIS Bank Holiday Monday will see 24 people leap into the sky at 13,000 feet to raise money for quadruple amputee Charlotte Nott. Read more
August 2014 - Skydive for Charlotte!
A team are taking part in a sponsored skydive to raise money for Charlotte Nott’s trust fund! Read more
July 2014 - IT'S ABOUT ABILITY, NOT DISABILITIES...
Charlotte’s confidence has soared since being the FIRST girl to be fitted with the Easyfit Junior and her very FIRST pair of ‘realistic’ legs! Read more
July 2014 - Charlotte’s new legs joy
Charlotte tries on her new life-like limbs for the first time since having both arms and legs amputated. Read more
July 2014 - Support for Charlotte
Charlotte has had lots of appointments recently, and received a letter of support from Dr Soori from Roehampton. In his words "I am copying the letter to her GP emphasising the importance of maintaining this optimised rehabilitation programme through special funding from the CCG".
March 2014 - Mum's hot coal challenge to thank charity for its support
Jenny Daniels is going to be walking across hot coals to raise money for SpecialEffect, the Charlbury charity that helped her daughter Charlotte Nott who had part of both arms and legs amputated after contracting meningitis.
March 2014 - Meningitis vaccine 'four years too late for Charlotte Nott'
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..
January 2014 - Chance to walk is best birthday present
Charlotte had more than one reason to celebrate her sixth birthday yesterday, after taking big steps towards recovery from surgery last year.
July 2013 - 3 Peaks challenge
3 Peaks challenge- On behalf of Apprentices are M.A.D (Making A Difference) Adrian Birch, Neil Blackman, Sam Davis, Steve Hayes, Andy Powell, Sally Wright, Natasha Roberts, Sam Guest, Adam Heath, Samantha Burbury, Johanne Holladay, Michelle Cowan and Peter Dainton completed the Three Peaks Challenge in 24 hours on Friday 31st May 2013.
July 2013 - London to the Eiffel Tower
Marie Dent from Oxfordshire cycled from London to the Eiffel Tower to raise money for Charlotte’s trust fund. The bike ride lasted 4 days: They left London at 7am on Wednesday 17th July and arrived around 6pm at the Eiffel Tower on Saturday 20th July
May 2013 - Meningitis Research Foundation
Some members from the Meningitis Research Foundation visited the Oxford Vaccines Group at Churchill Hospital yesterday to find out more about a research project studying childhood meningitis
Read more on the Meningitis Research Foundation website
May 2013 - We would like to say a massive thank you to Mary Hewlett of Shrivenham, who arranged a coffee morning for family & friends & raised £480 for Charlotte's Appeal
April 2013 - World Meningitis Day - Wednesday, 24 April 2013
On Wednesday, 24 April 2013, thousands of people across the globe will spend the day raising awareness of this devastating disease.
Read more on the Meningitis UK website
April 2013 - Rachel Franklin is running the London Marathon for Charlotte.
To sponsor Rachel you can contact her directly or donate via paypal - please add London Marathon in the comments box.
Mar 2013 - Blades trial gets five-year-old dreaming of Paralympic glory
Now the five-year-old – who lost the lower part of her arms and legs after contracting meningitis as a baby – is a step closer to her dream as she is trialling a pair of specially-made blades.
Read the full Oxford Mail article
Dec 2012 - Charlotte's joy as she walks again
THRILLED Charlotte Nott is back on her feet thanks to pink prosthetic legs that were given to her in time for Christmas.
Read the full Oxford Mail article