They provide antenatal care at various clinics throughout the district, at health centres and GP surgeries.

They then went to a fast food restaurant where the girl, who was described as "very drunk" chatted to friends who gave her money for a taxi.

Prosecutor Andrew Wallace told the court the victim had drank a large quantity of alcohol after going to the Leamington Peace Festival last summer.

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Last month O'Keefe was cleared of rape after his plea of guilty to an alternative offence of sexual activity with a child was accepted by the prosecution at Warwick Crown Court.

He said O'Keefe, from Warwick, was said to have been "excited, shouting and annoying everyone" and had "tried it on" with one of the girl's friends.

Explaining why his new plea had been accepted, Mr Wallace said the girl's evidence had been unreliable.

The Antenatal Assessment Unit is based in the Women's Unit, Warwick Hospital. Whilst not essential to attend to use this facility, classes are held once a month, and need to be booked far in advance of baby's due date to ensure attendance.

It provides care to pregnant women who require close monitoring, without having to admit them to hospital. Consultant-led care Care is led by the consultant team at Warwick Hospital Care is led by the midwifery team with delivery in-hospital. Please contact 01926 4953 for dates and availability.

If you need help or advice, contact the Maternity Unit on 01926 600040.