A MUM who nearly died after childbirth is looking to give something back to the medical staff who helped save her life.

Sarah Charlton, from Yate, had just given birth to her baby daughter Ruby in 2018 when her life was flipped upside down.

“I fell really ill immediately after having Ruby,” Sarah explained.

“I was transferred to King’s College Hospital in London and was diagnosed with HELLP syndrome.

“It meant that I desperately needed a liver transplant.

“Now I want to be able to say thank you to the Liver Intensive Care Unit for saving my life.”

To help raise money for the King’s College Hospital Charity, Sarah will be completing the 17 mile Great Hospital Hike at the end of March.

“I’m doing the hike with Adam and our family,” Sarah continued.

“Any donation will be very much appreciated.”

“Thanks in advance for your help in supporting this cause that means so much to me.”

The link to Sarah’s fundraising page can be found online at bit.ly/2Vkqxwm.

Sarah has already raised over £1,200 for the charity.