Meet Louise Irvine at a Public Meeting in Godalming

MEET DR LOUISE IRVINE

SW SURREY PARLIAMENTARY CANDIDATE FOR THE

NATIONAL HEALTH ACTION PARTY

Louise-Irvine

Louise is campaigning:

To defend the NHS and public services

For a fairer, healthier society

For independent, honest, open representation

To make a genuine difference to issues that affect local people.

If you would like to find out more about the NHA Party please do come along for an informal evening in the cosy function room at:

The Red Lion

1 Mill Lane, Godalming, Surrey GU7 1HF

on Monday 2nd March 7.30 pm

Map of the business location

 

Dr Louise Irvine will be delighted to meet you.

This will be an opportunity to find out more about Louise, the party, and to discuss local issues.

We are also looking for people who would like to be more actively involved in the campaign e.g. with leaflet distribution, however there is no obligation – just come along for the evening!

Contact local coordinator, Deb Parsons, on 07984 789517

Promoted and by Louise Irvine of National Health Action Party, ICHC Offices, Station Approach, Comberton Hill, Kidderminster, Worcestershire DY10 1QX

 On Twitter: @drmarielouise (personal tweets)

and @nha_swsurrey (campaign tweets)

On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SouthWestSurreyNHA

Campaign blog: https://nhaswsurrey.wordpress.com

E-mail: swsurreynha@gmail.com

NHA Party: Patients Not Profits – nhap.org

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One Response to Meet Louise Irvine at a Public Meeting in Godalming

  1. Pingback: Update about Louise Irvine’s meeting in Godalming on Monday 2nd March 2015 | NHA – South West Surrey Group

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