Labour party present health plan

The labour party in Littlehampton have drawn up their own health vision for the town. Pictured are (left to right) councillors Freddie Tandy, Mike Northeast and local party chairs, Maralyn May and Alan Butcher, taking the health plan to a meeting of Arun District Council's cabinet
The labour party in Littlehampton have drawn up their own health vision for the town. Pictured are (left to right) councillors Freddie Tandy, Mike Northeast and local party chairs, Maralyn May and Alan Butcher, taking the health plan to a meeting of Arun District Council's cabinet
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Littlehampton’s Labour Party has presented the NHS with its own vision for healthcare at a meeting of Arun District Council’s cabinet attended by health service bosses.

Party members have been meeting the public to get their views on how healthcare can be improved locally during Saturday stalls held in the High Street.

This comes as Council leader Gillian Brown warned that Arun still wanted to fund a new GP surgery at the Morrisons site in Wick, but warned that ‘the offer would not be on the table indefinitely’.

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