Save the NHS Mass Petition and Rally!

Assemble 11am Sunday September 4

Brighthelm Gardens, Queens Road, Brighton

Rally 3pm at the War Memorial Fountain in Old Steine

On September 6 and 7 Parliament is due to vote on the NHS white paper.  If this is passed it will be a huge step towards privatisation and the break up of our public health service.

On Sunday 4 September Brighton Keep Our NHS Public & Brighton Stop the Cuts Coalition campaigners will be taking part in a mass petition of our city.  Groups will be organised on as many streets as possible to talk to people about what this Bill means, and to ask them to sign a petition and get involved in the campaign to save the NHS.

If just 100 people volunteer we can be positioned at over 30 places round town, which will have a good impact, get the campaign in the press and help expose the governments plans. We can only do this if we get enough volunteers, so get involved and bring your friends!

So that we can provide enough materials, please email if you are able to help or add your name to the facebook event at

For more information about the government’s Bill and what we can do to get it scrapped, please visit

Brighton Keep Our NHS Public
Contact: 07788 744120

Save Our NHS! Keep Our NHS Public!


About Brighton Benefits Campaign

Fighting the assault on welfare since 2010
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2 Responses to Save the NHS Mass Petition and Rally!

  1. Nearly 2500 signatures in 3 hours – result! But the petition alone isn’t going to win the day. To save the NHS we must keep fighting, alongside the workers & service users.

  2. Stephan Toth says:

    Please advise your members to go to this forum to see how to protect themselves from Atos Healthcare

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