Protesters travel to capital to join 250,000-strong rally agaiinst NHS cutbacks

PUBLISHED: 19:30 18 March 2017

Members of the East Devon Alliance turned out for ‘one of the biggest NHS rallies in history.’ Picture: Graham Hobbs of Bideford.

Members of the East Devon Alliance turned out for ‘one of the biggest NHS rallies in history.’ Picture: Graham Hobbs of Bideford.

Picture: Graham Hobbs of Bideford.

Members of the East Devon Alliance turned out to ‘one of the biggest NHS rallies in history’ to protest against NHS cutbacks.

East Devon district councillors, Cathy Gardener, who represents Sidmouth Town, and Val Ranger, of Newton Poppleford and Harpford, along with others, travelled to London to join a crowd of around 250,000 people calling for the Government’s cuts to be scrapped.


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