Sidmouth campaigners join in ‘See Red Day’ rally against hospital bed cuts

Protesters gather in Sidmouth outside public meeting to discuss proposed bed cuts

Protesters gather in Sidmouth outside public meeting to discuss proposed bed cuts - Credit: Archant

People will be taking to the streets in Exeter on Saturday

Sidmouth campaigners will join with others across Devon to rally against hospital bed cuts in Exeter on Saturday, December 3.

Organisers are urging the public to join them in a united show of opposition to proposals under which the town could lose all of its inpatient beds.

People from East Devon will gather at 11.40am near the bus station, outside the Civic Centre in Paris Street, Exeter. The rally will take place from noon in Bedford Square, Princesshay.

Campaigner Robert Crick said Sidmouth can be proud of its leading role in the campaign.


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Organisers coined the term ‘See Red Day’ to highlight the point lines should be drawn to stop essential services being cut.

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