North Norfolk Labour Party announce more ambulance cuts campaigning dates this weekend
North Norfolk Labour Party has today announced a weekend of campaigning events about ambulance cuts in north Norfolk.
Campaigners will be on the streets throughout the weekend, starting in North Walsham from 9am and Cromer from 10am tomorrow (Saturday).
There will also be petitioning events in Fakenham on Sunday and in Aylsham on Monday.
The shadow secretary of state for environment, food and rural affairs, MP Mary Creagh, has also recently pledged her support of the campaign.
Campaigners will be making the journey to Cambourne in Cambridgeshire to hand over the names on the petition to the East of England Ambulance Trust on Wednesday morning.
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They will also be meeting the chief executive of the trust Hayden Newton on Thursday afternoon.
A total of 5,000 people have signed the petition against the ambulance cuts including the TV actor Roger Lloyd Pack and Stephen Fry.
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It can be signed online at www.actonambulances.co.uk.