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YOUR CAMPAIGN could be  part of our 999 Network. Put your group on the national 999 Network and start to join all our voices together.

999 NETWORK

WHY THE ALEX IS IMPORTANT

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If you would like to Find out more about the campaign group and how you can help click on the link.

SAVE THE ALEX

SAVE THE ALEX

SAVE THE ALEX HOSPITAL SUPPORT PAGE

SAVE THE ALEX is one of many wonderful community based campaigns around the country who are fighting valiantly for their local services.

 

The public being denied their voice, their opinion and their democratic rights - is something we all need to be aware of. It is happening across the country. It is time to support one another.

 

Connect. Organise. Inspire.

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999 in Redditch

999 were honoured to be asked to be at the rally earlier this summer. Steven Carne had a fantastic day meeting local people and encouraging them to get involved.

Neal and the SAVE THE ALEX team have been fighting against all the odds and they need our support.

If you would like a speaker to talk at your NHS Campaign event contact us and we'll do our best to find one!

CONTACT US

Read their

case history

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The team have made an online book charting what they have

had to fight and the situation surrounding the

NHS Alexandra Hospital.

 

You may discover their situation has some curious similarities to yours!

 

Is there a pattern emerging?

VIGIL-2015

Save the Alex campaigners are this week holding a day long vigil outside the Alex Hospital

 

Details:                                                   Twitter:  

 

Please support them by signing petition and on Twitter/Facebook etc.

Despite all their work following the protocols and ettiquette of dilpomatic negotiations with MPs and Board Members it is now obvious that the authorities have not been listening to the people of Redditch and the surrounding areas.

Go to VIGIL Twitter

Responding to the News

Neal Stote gives his opinion on the announcement that his local hospital will be closing the Maternity Ward and forcing mums-to-be to travel up to 40 miles to have their babies. Putting lives at risk and forcing patients into the hands of Acute Hospitals who already stretched with resources.

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