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Campaigners will gather tomorrow in Enfield Town to protest against the decision to close Chase Farm Hospital's key services
Protestors will gather to march against the decision to close Chase Farm Hospital's accident and emergency and maternity units on Saturday.
The North East London Council for Action has picketed at the hospital in the Ridgeway, Enfield every day for more than two years and has organised tomorrow's protest.
Assembling at 1pm at the Enfield War memorial in Windmill Hill, the group has called for all of Enfield to join them and help save the hospital’s accident and emergency (A&E) and maternity wards.
The decision to close the services was made by the Enfield Clinical Commissioning group (CCG) on September 25, with the maternity ward due to shut on November 20, and the A&E on December 9.
Campaigner John Field said: “We want to put the previous protest to shame. We are going to fight inside the trade union movement locally and nationally to gain support.
"Locally, the people of Enfield have shown it absolutely clearly to me that they’re opposed to this and there is no way they’re going to accept it."
Enfield Borough Council has decided to take legal action against the decision.
The march will begin at 2pm, going through Enfield town and finishing at the hospital.
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