Pre-election Pledges for Our Hospital

Let’s get our election candidates to sign a pledge for our hospital!

Please comment below with your suggestions for our pledge. What would you like it to include?

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Are these pledges ok?

Protect the hospital land on Queen Alexandra Road and ensure it is only used for our hospital services.

Protect our hospital from any further loss/relocation of services.

Fight rigorously to restore Wycombe Hospital to a fully functioning one with services including: an overnight children’s ward, full maternity, an Emergency Medical Centre in the interim, with secure plans for a full A&E.

Protect our hospital from any further privatisation.

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Our Pledges

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Signed Pledges

General Pledge. Signed by PPCs: Jem Bailey (Green Party) Steve Guy (Liberal Democrats), David Williams (Labour Party), Steve Baker (Conservatives)

General Pledge. Signed by PPCs: Jem Bailey (Green Party) Steve Guy (Liberal Democrats), David Williams (Labour Party), Steve Baker (Conservatives)

Jem Bailey (Green Party) signed all. Steve Guy (Liberal Democrats) signed pledges 2 & 3, David Williams (Labour Party) signed all, Steve Baker (Conservatives) refused, David Meacock (ukip) refused, David Fitton (Independent) not approached.

Jem Bailey (Green Party) signed all.
Steve Guy (Liberal Democrats) signed pledges 2 & 3, David Williams (Labour Party) signed all, Steve Baker (Conservatives) refused, David Meacock (ukip) refused, David Fitton (Independent) not approached.

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