Bexley Council Leader Councillor Ian Clement and Bexley Conservatives are leading a March to protest against cuts in services at our local hospital Queen Mary’s Sidcup.
The march will take place Saturday 1st March at 10.30 am. The starting point will be The Crescent a green open space next to the Horse and Groom Harvester, Main Road, Sidcup. The march will then proceed to the hospital along Elm Road, finishing at the putting green next to Queen Mary’s Hospital.
Local MP David Evennett accompanied by the Leader of the London Borough of Bexley will hand into the hospital a copy of the petition signed by over 5000 people protesting against the closure of the Accident and Emergency Unit, the Maternity Unit and the closing of Children’s wards.
If you wish to join us in this peaceful protest please contact either Councillor Ian Clement at firstname.lastname@example.org or Councillor Sharon Massey on 01322 555446
We are working in co-operation with the police and we encourage all who wish to support this march to please park a good distance away from the meeting up point and please avoid parking in Morrisons car park. Preferably attend via public transport.
We expect the march to finish at approximately 11.15 am when we will disperse quickly and quietly.
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