LONDON, MANCHESTER, LEEDS, BRIGHTON and SHEFFIELD – Friday 11th March NHS Bill events

The NHS Bill is scheduled for its 2nd Reading on Friday 11th March 2016.

We will be marking the event with NHS Bill events in support  – please join us.

London

At 9.45am there will be a handover of our petition at Richmond House in Whitehall – otherwise know as the Department of Health. Caroline Lucas MP, the sponsor of the NHS Bill, will handover the petition and letters in person.

Facebook event page for 9.45am petition handover at Richmond House.

At 11am – 1pm there will be a rally outside the House of Commons. Whilst we don’t know exactly what time the Bill will be discussed inside the House of Commons – we know that we will be outside in support. Please bring your friends, your banners, and your passion for a public – not private – NHS. We hope to see you there.

Facebook event page for 11am rally outside the House of Commons.

 

Manchester

Support the NHS Bill Friday 11th March 10.45am Piccadilly Gardens Manchester.

More information here – Manchester Keep our NHS Public event page.

 

Leeds

Leeds Keep Our NHS Public is organising a ‘Hands around the Leeds General Infirmary’ in the evening of Thursday 10th March at 5-7pm. Meeting at the Brotherton Wing entrance, opposite Leeds Civic Hall, Millenium Square.

Facebook event page for ‘Hands around the LGI’.

 

Brighton

Join Sussex Defend the NHS, Brighton People’s Assembly and friends from Trades Unions and Momentum at Brighton Station to send off Caroline Lucas MP as she catches the train to London to join Jeremy Corbyn and others for the Second Reading of the NHS Bill.

 

The Save our NHS Samba Band will be performing, dancing and balloons – 07:45am Brighton Station, BN1 3XP

 

 

Sheffield

‘Taking back our NHS’ – Saturday 12th March to support the NHS Bill and to plan local and national action to protect the NHS.

More information here – Sheffield Save our NHS.

 

If you go along to any of these events, please do send us photos! Email: [email protected] or Tweet: @nhsbillnow