Home » Our Campaign To Save Louth Hospital

Our Campaign To Save Louth Hospital

NHS Uprising Louth Hospital

SATURDAY 2ND SEPTEMBER WAS A DAY TO REMEMBER…

 

march against hospital closure

We Marched Through Louth Town Centre To Campaign Against The Drastic Reduction And Possible Closure Of Our Local Hospital Services.

The march will go through the town and end at the Louth Hospital Social Club on High Holme Road for an afternoon and evening of FREE OF CHARGE entertainment.

For a route and car parking, please visit the Maps page here

Is it a quiet march….NO! We are headed by a 20 piece PCS Samba Band on a busy Saturday afternoon.

Face painting will be taking place at Westgate fields prior to the march and at the Hospital Social Club afterwards.

Local Artist Jayne Cooper will be sketching as we proceed along the march route.

The Entertainment At Louth Hospital Social Club

From 3pm at the Hospital Social Club will be Guest Speakers discussing a range of topics.

From 4pm will be a variety of local bands entertaining you into the evening:

There will be refreshments and a licensed bar.

Pledge your support by adding your comments in our Guestbook or visit our Facebook Page

We have a PDF leaflet here that you can download and print.

Why are we calling it an Uprising.. In 1536 there was the Lincolnshire Rising, now in 2017 we have the NHS Uprising. more information here

Due to a number of sources becoming unavailable, it is important that the public are aware of the plans to transform our local healthcare provision…
We forever have our eye on changes that MAY be made, as a result of reduction in services at Louth County Hospital. This week, changes…
Yes.. Urgent Care, not A&E as many still believe it is. I was approached by someone who is in support of our campaign with a…

Latest Blog Post

Guestbook

  • AfroditaMek / 17th January 2018:
    Просмотрите фото и планировки, узнайте официальный сайт, а...
  • wle358 / 28th November 2017:
    Shenzhen Sunsoar Tech Co.,Ltd Shenzhen Sunsoar Circuit Technology...
  • carl / 17th October 2017:
    mental health support is not good in this...