A few dates for your diary from Dr Louise Irvine’s team in South West Surrey

People’s NHS TTIP out of NHS

Tomorrow, People’s NHS will be in Haslemere to promote their TTIP out of NHS campaign in South West Surrey.

You are all invited to meet residents and People’s NHS representatives at 10am on Wednesday 18th March in Peperham Road, Haslemere, GU27 1EB. It would be good to have a few people there –  and bring your NHA Party placards.


Campaigning in South West Surrey in our Campaign Ambulance*

Dr Louise Irvine and NHA Party members will be touring around South West Surrey on Saturday, so look out for us in our distinctive vehicle. You will certainly know it’s us!

If you would like to find out more about us, join us, or help out, you will be able to meet us in:

Godalming at 10am – Sainsbury’s (Woolsack Way) car park
Haslemere at noon – Tesco (Wey Hill) car park
Farnham at 3pm – Central Sainsbury’s (South St) car park

In between, we will be visiting Milford, Chiddingfold, Churt, Frensham, Upper Hale, and various other stops along the way.

See you on Saturday!

(* No, it’s not a real NHS ambulance. It’s hired from a film props firm.)

Louise is Polling Pink


Public meeting in Farnham, 7.30pm 26th March, United Reformed Church

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 at: The United Reformed Church

Farnham United Reformed Church, South Street, Farnham, Surrey GU9 7QU.

on Thursday 26th March 7.30 pm


Next SoSiS meeting to consider next steps for the Surrey Care Homes Closure by Surrey County Council

Well done to everyone who supported the Save Our Services In Surrey lobby of the council last Tuesday. It was well supported and received lots of coverage. You can see most of it on Facebook or by googling Surrey Care Homes (under ‘news’).

We need to discuss what we can do next, as the council cabinet have voted to go ahead with the closures. SoSiS also heard that the council is planning to close a number of Sure Start Children’s Centres.

The next SoSiS meeting will be looking at these things, amongst others, and how to best mobilise against the cuts onslaught.

Weds 25th March. 7pm, Maybury Centre, Board School Road, Woking


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