The heartbroken parents of a baby girl  are desperate for answers as to why she tragically died at just two months old.

Louella Sheridan, from Farnworth, was just two months old when she died on Royal Bolton Hospital's children’s ward on April 24 this year.

Her mother Casey Quigley and father Granville Sheridan have asked solicitors’ firm JMW to investigate ahead of a full inquest being held into their daughter's death.

Solicitor Rachel Heyes said: “Casey and Granville have many questions and concerns having lost Louella in the most tragic of circumstances.

“I will be helping them to obtain these answers through the inquest process and also through my own investigation.

“This is a heart-breaking case and I will be fully co-operating with the coroner to ensure no stone is left unturned in finding out how and why Louella died.”

Baby Louella had a heart condition and had undergone surgery at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool shortly after her birth and was discharged on March 15.

She was being fed by a tube and was receiving care at home by community nurses based out of Royal Bolton Hospital.

Louella was taken to the Minerva Road hospital for treatment in an ambulance after a nurse visited and found her unwell, working hard to breath.

She tragically died two days later.

An inquest is now set to be held to determine the full facts around her death.

Bolton NHS Foundation Trust chief nurse Tyrone Roberts said: “Our thoughts and sympathies are with Louella’s family and loved ones following their tragic loss.

“Due to legal proceedings we are unable to comment in detail at this time, but we remain in discussion with her family and loved ones to answer their questions and will be doing everything we can as part of the process to help her family get the answers they deserve, and to continue to act on any learning taken from this.”

A pre-inquest review will be held at Bolton Coroners Court on Tuesday October 18.