I am not doing MW but nursing (orginal aim was MW though). I did a part-time Access course at Sheffield College in Health Science which was 1 day a week for 1.5yrs, but I think it's only full-time now? They also use to do it 2 eves per week over 2yrs or full time 3 days (I think) over 1 year. Failing that- other nearby colleges do it, too (or similar Access course which a friend is doing at one of the colleges- forget which- Rotherham or Doncaster or somewhere! I forget which Access course but the content is more similar to that of the uni courses for healthcare professions). All I will say is that MW is extremeley competitive, few places and the friend who is at college at mo got a volunteering position at Rotherham Hosp in the maternity bit as you really need useful experience to stand a chance (so they said). I think you have to show you really have thought about the course and career and can offer relevent experience. Worth asking the uni themselves though maybe as when I was thinking of applying it was back in 2007/8 and ended up going for Adult nursing instead xxxx Good luck
Edited to add- just looked and Hillsborough college only do full time access course (health science which is biology and chemistry), starting Sept this year. If you don't have a C or above in GCSE maths/english I think you have to do a short course alongside it to achieve that level but again best check as info may be outdated).
Unless you already have relevent Level 3 education that you could use to apply direct to uni, again not sure if they require recent education though?
A quick look on the 'whatuni.com' website tells me there is an Access to Nursing & Midwifery course at Derby college (and others but in different, parts of the country).
Also at Doncaster college- http://www.don.ac.uk/courses/full-ti...midwifery.aspx
Rotherham college seem to do P/T and F/T http://www.rotherham.ac.uk/Pages/Cou....aspx?k=access