Bacteria behind suspected food poisoning outbreak identified as investigation into boutique hotel continues.
The bacteria behind a suspected food poisoning outbreak has been identified.
Public Health England (PHE) North East has said that Campylobacter is the most likely cause of illnesses reported to them after dining at a boutique hotel in Saltburn.
Brockley Hall Hotel is currently being investigated by PHE and Redcar and Cleveland Council after reports of vomiting and diarrhoea among a number of guests who attended an event there.
Most of those who fell ill had been attending a 40th birthday celebration on Friday, July 7 – with three of them being hospitalised.