What can we do about the NHS?
There are a number of ways that you can get involved with our campaign.
Meet us at a meeting. We meet every 2nd Wednesday of the month fro 7pm at Huntingdonshire Community Church, 86A High Street, Huntingdon, and our meetings are open to all. We are a friendly bunch.
We need community members from all walks of life to help stand up for our NHS and local services. We all have skills that can help – making posters, writing articles, attending meetings of the hospital boards and much, much more.
Write to your MP.
Jonathan Djanogly is Huntingdon’s MP. Write to him and tell him about your concerns regarding the recent takeover of Hinchingbrooke and let him know that you support our campaign to fight further cuts and dangerous changes to local services and the NHS as a whole.
Write to your Councillor.
Contact your parish, District or County Councillor and tell them your concerns too. They are an important element in local democracy.
Write a letter to the media.
Contact either the Hunts Post, Cambridge Evening News, Hunts News, Peterborough Telegraph or even the national newspapers.
This is where we need lots of help. There are plenty of meetings to attend and we would welcome any support in this field. This is where real information is to be found as business dealings go on. You can also attend a number of meetings such as Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group.
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