As many as 2,500 people of all age groups marched on Saturday to protest against the possible cuts that can take place at Eaastbourne District General Hospital (DGH). Residents, who were holding placards and banners walked from Redoubt to the Wish Tower Slopes.
Activists have also asked residents to remain determined and keep fighting for their rights. It is said that a lot many essential services will be axed from the hospital and it can prove quite fatal for residents.
Liz Walke, the acting chairwoman of Save the DGH campaign, was of the view that they cannot thank enough to people, who have come forth and supported their protest walk.
They were not expected such a huge number. Liz was of the view that they would not lie that they were stunned at the when they saw thousands of people at the protest march. Seeing such a massive support, Liz said that their determination has got even stronger and they will make sure to fight against the current proposals.
As per reports, it has been found that the authorities concerned have been thinking to centralize some of the services like stroke care, and general surgery. The service can either be provided at Hastings or in Eastbourne. However, till now the services are provided at both the places.
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