Monthly Archives: December 2012

Notes From East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group Meeting. Wed 19th Dec 2012 (Part One)

Some notable issues arising from the meeting where Labour Party Cllrs Moore and Huntingdon presented and spoke in support of the 38 Degrees Petition. (See previous entry).  These meetings are held in public, but are not public meetings as such. However in comparison to the Hull CCG, members seemed happy to see the public there, […]

38 Degrees Petition Presented to East Riding Clinical Commissioning Group

Labour Councillors Keith Moore and Brent Huntingdon today led a delegation of NHS Campaigners to present a petition to the East Riding Care Commissioning Group which will oversee local health provision once the Primary Care Trusts are abolished under the Tories £3 billion top down reorganisation which did not appear in either Governing Party’s Manifesto.  […]

Street Campaigners Hail Public Repsonse

Health Campaign activists today flooded Hull City Centre to listen to the concerns of the public regarding the local Hospital Trust suffering £99 million cuts, and to gauge reaction to this week news that the Government cut £1.6 BILLION from front line health services across the nation. The group’s new leaflet was unveiled, and a […]

Street Protest and Stunt. Sat 15th Dec Assemble 12 Mid Day Victoria Square Hull

Health campaigners are set to take to the streets of Hull City Centre this Saturday to hi light to the public the £99 million worth of cuts to Hull and East Yorkshire Hospital Trust which local consultants say will see patient care “critically eroded” across the region.  Patrick Smith, Co Chair of the Save Our […]