See for background to campaign:
Years we’ve been trying to get the CCG’s plans referred to the secretary of state,
Today we’ve finally got there.
We’ve been campaigning since 2015 against these plans and today it paid off, well done everyone I’ve met the most amazing people over the years thank you all for the hard work put in.
Bring on the next chapter
Timeline of day’s events:
Lots of people braving the rain at County Hall to protest NHS cuts in Dorset
Lots of people braving the rain at County Hall to protest NHS cuts in Dorset pic.twitter.com/ePRojt8qKa
— Katie Williams (@DorsetEchoKatie) October 17, 2018
— Naomi Patterson (@nomepatterson) October 17, 2018
Rosey Edwards, 13, pricks herself for blood analysis 10 times a day. She and her mum Kirsty asked the HSC meeting why the Flash Glucose Indicator, provided in much of the South West by the NHS is not provided by @DorsetCCG? Matt Robert @DiabetesUK says delay is unacceptable pic.twitter.com/MyNvCo25yB
— Tristan Pascoe (@TRISTANPASCOE) October 17, 2018
Dorset Health Scrutiny Committee: 4 members voted for the task & finish group’s recommendation that the Clinical Services Review should not be referred to the Secretary of State, 6 members voted against – so committee voted in favour of referral to Sec of State
— DorsetCountyCouncil (@DorsetCC) October 17, 2018