Local NHS campaign meeting

Next Thursday could be an important day for the future of the NHS in West Leicestershire. 38 Degrees members are getting together to discuss the next steps for the local NHS campaign. Could you come along and have your say?
Here are the details:
7.00 – 8.30pm, Thursday 20th June
John Storer House
Wards End
Loughborough
LE11 3HA

These get-togethers are a great chance to have a chat with other 38 Degrees members who live in your area.

Could you come along next Thursday? Please click here to join in or find out more:
https://secure.38degrees.org.uk/west-leicestershire-meet-up

In April a group of 38 Degrees members met with the West Leicestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and handed in a petition signed by 835 local people. Now it’s time to discuss how to move forward with the local Save the NHS campaign.

If you can make it, or would like to be on the contact list for future events, please contact Chris. His email is chris@bosley.me.uk.

Thursday’s meeting will be an opportunity to decide how the group follows on from its great work petitioning West Leicestershire CCG to protect our NHS.

Hope you can make it,

Rebecca, Travis, Ian and the 38 Degrees team

PS: Is a hospital near you closing? Are local health cuts affecting you? We’ve recently launched an exciting project with OpenDemocracy, who are featuring articles by 38 Degrees members about their experiences of the changes to the NHS. Email guddi.s@38degrees.org.uk to let the office team know your story, and soon – with your help – it could be a published article! To read more about the project click here: http://38d.gs/15Q1yye.

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