Keep Glos NHS Public 20 min highlights

Posted on 19. Mar, 2012 by in Community, Featured, Health, News, Politics & Campaigns

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This Public Meeting in Stroud Subscription Rooms, hosted by Stroud Against Cuts, was to celebrate Michael Lloyd’s recent success in the High Court and find out:
• What does the outcome of the legal case mean for the plans to transfer services out of the NHS?
• What will happen next?
• What are the options for the services staying in the NHS, and
how can we ensure they are properly pursued?
• How does the Health & Social Care Bill affect us locally?
• How can you help the campaign to Keep Our NHS Public?

This film covers some of the highlights of the evening – not easy to pick which bits to include but we are hoping the full talks will be uploaded separately (now uploaded – see links below). However big thanks to Caroline Molloy, James Beecher, Michael Lloyd and Kate Berry particularly for their contributions to the evening.

There is also a 4 minute taster of the evening already available but all that is included in this 20 minute version. See 4 min film at:

More info and more about what actions to take:

Keep Gloucestershire NHS Public at:

Stroud Against Cuts is at:

Matt’s films of the talks unedited at the moment (quality in places is not great until editing has taken place):

About Philip

Director and Co-Founder of Stroud Community TV

3 Responses to “Keep Glos NHS Public 20 min highlights”

  1. […] Posted on 19. Mar, 2012 by philip in Community, Featured, Health, Politics & Campaigns  Loading … Tweet There is also a 20 minute taster of the evening available that includes all this 4 minute version. See film at: […]

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  2. James Beecher

    19. Mar, 2012

    Thanks so much to Stroud Community TV, Philip Booth and Matt Archibald for this excellent record of our meeting. We will be organising further public meetings and protests in the near future, please check our websites or email us to be added to our email newsletter list.

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  3. Caroline Molloy

    21. Mar, 2012

    sign the pledge to keep gloucestershire’s NHS public!

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