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Keep Our NHS Public Nottingham and Nottinghamshire

Campaigning in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire to Keep Our NHS as a Public Service provided free at the point of need

SOS For Pilgrim Hospital Boston

A Focus group campaigning to prevent The NHS and local hospital trust moving essential services away from the Pilgrim Hospital in Boston to Lincoln.

Fighting For Grantham Hospital

Community group Fighting 4 Grantham Hospital - uniting to save the nightly closure to our A&E dept, future cuts and in support of our NHS

Derbyshire Save Our NHS

Derbyshire Save Our NHS  link up local group activities across the smaller groups of NHS campaigners in Derbyshire.

Amber Valley Keep Our NHS Public

A local campaign group affiliated to the National Keep Our NHS Public organisation.

Leicester, Leicestershire & Rutland Keep Our NHS Public

Contact: Sally Ruane - Tel. 0116 270 3053

Northampton Keep Our NHS Public

Northampton KONP are campaigning against cuts in services at Northampton General Hospital and against their application for Foundation Trust status. In Northampton cuts totalling more than £18 million have resulted in the closure of three operating theatres and a maternity ward, and staffing levels are being slashed. In July Northampton Healthcare Trust announced the axing of respite and rehabilitation homes, day hospitals and psychology services and the closure of learning disability units. The group has been collecting petition signatures and distributing leaflets in the town centre protesting against all these cuts in services. The response from the public has been very positive.

Contact: Harry Tuttle -

Robin Hood Keep Our NHS Public

Contact: David McCann -


Save our NHS Petitions - 38 Degrees

The campaign group '38 Degrees' have formulated several petitions, addressed to MPs in specific areas, to allow people to show their disagreement over privatisation and funding issues. Over the past few years, NHS funding has been squeezed so much that services are suffering. This winter, hospitals up and down the country have declared "major incidents" because they're struggling to cope. And now most hospitals are warning that their budget for next year has " reached the point where patient care is at risk. Meanwhile, the government is letting profit-hungry companies take over more and more NHS services. At at a time of squeezed budgets, this is the last thing the NHS needs. To add your name to a petition, find your nearest town below:

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