Monday, 7 March 2016

CONCERNED ABOUT THE NHS?

sent in by John Wilkins
IF you are concerned please try to come along to an open meeting hosted by BOLD (Building Our Local Democracy) and 38 Degrees Manchester, entitled:
 The State of our NHS, its future and the implications locally under Devo Manc.
  Time & date: 7pm. to 9pm. Monday, 21 st. March.
  Venue: Sessions Room, Olde Boar's Head, Long Street, Middleton, just out of the town centre on the A664 to Rochdale.
   Guest Speakers: Estephanie Dunn from RCN, John Coppinger from 38 Degrees M/C, Dr. Michael Taylor, a local GP and former CCG member.
   Formatt: Each speaker will talk for 10-15 minutes on the NHS, from their different perspectives. There will be about ten minutes given to ask questions or comment on the issues raised by each speaker in turn, directly after they have given their talk. The remainder of the time will be there for the audience to put their points of view/questions, with answers from whichever of the speakers feel they are best able to give a response.   Further Details: Please contact Tony Ettenfield at tonye.120409@gmail.com or John Wilkins on 07794835959 and at j.wilkins248@yahoo.com . Alternatively information can be found at 38degreesmanchester.org.uk or acrmcr.org
  'The NHS will last as long as there are folk left with the faith to fight for it'    
                             Anuerin Bevan.

  CONCERNED ABOUT THE NHS?
If you are please try to come along to an open meeting hosted by BOLD (Building Our Local Democracy) and 38 Degrees Manchester, entitled:
  The State of our NHS, its future and the implications locally under Devo Manc.
  Time & date: 7pm. to 9pm. Monday, 21 st. March.
  Venue: Sessions Room, Olde Boar's Head, Long Street, Middleton, just out of the town centre on the A664 to Rochdale.
   Guest Speakers: Estephanie Dunn from RCN, John Coppinger from 38 Degrees M/C, Dr. Michael Taylor, a local GP and former CCG member.
   Formatt: Each speaker will talk for 10-15 minutes on the NHS, from their different perspectives. There will be about ten minutes given to ask questions or comment on the issues raised by each speaker in turn, directly after they have given their talk. The remainder of the time will be there for the audience to put their points of view/questions, with answers from whichever of the speakers feel they are best able to give a response.   Further Details: Please contact Tony Ettenfield at tonye.120409@gmail.com or John Wilkins on 07794835959 and at j.wilkins248@yahoo.com . Alternatively information can be found at 38degreesmanchester.org.uk or acrmcr.org
 'The NHS will last as long as there are folk left with the faith to fight for it'      
                                    Aneurin Bevan

1 comment:

Bill Ellson said...

'The NHS will last as long as there are folk left with the faith to fight for it'
Anuerin Bevan.

Not Bevan, but the words of Trevor Griffiths from his 1997 TV dramatisation 'Food for Ravens'.