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There is no need to tell you about the crisis in the NHS. Other than to say that in Derbyshire the proposal is to cut 535 NHS beds – nearly a third of the beds in Derbyshire hospitals – and to ‘save’ £219 million. Politicians won’t improve things unless there is a massive groundswell from below. So we would like you to help, even more, to make things happen.
Here are some things you can do.
Sign the petition
Join the protest against outside Derby City Council, Wednesday 25th January, 5.30pm
Derby City Council when they are setting the Council Tax rates.
Join the demonstration protesting about the Council not opposing the STP plans to cut beds and funding, at 5.30 outside the Council meeting. Then hear NHS and Social Care questions during the council meeting, in the Council Chamber.
Come to London on March 4th for the National Demonstration
Put the date in your diaries and advertise. Coaches are leaving Derby from 8pm. UNITE are providing free places on their coach(es) go here to book a place: https://saveournhs-march4-derby.eventbrite.co.uk Arrangements may change; as organisers are looking at getting a coach to come through Belper but you will be kept up-to-date.The Trades Council and Unison are also putting on transport; to book a seat on coaches leaving Derby bus station for the demonstration email email@example.com or text 07889274723. Free to unwaged, £5-10 contribution towards cost for those working.
Join SOS NHS Derby.
PLEASE JOIN AND TELL YOUR FRIENDS. :
The next organising meeting of SOS NHS Derby is open – on Tuesday evening February 7, 19:00hrs – at St. Mary’s church hall, off Darley Lane. Car parking available.
Please send them a message to arrange to meet or to talk and to be involved in future events.
These will include a march through Derby, a public meeting in Derby about the STPs, another about Mental Health, more leafleting, petitioning, lobbies, contacting the press and any sorts of stunts that we can think of.
JOIN Derby Peoples Assembly