Picket against Health Cuts

Show your opposition to the cuts
Picket Belfast Trust Executive meeting
9.30am Thursday 25 March

UPDATE- VENUE OF PICKET AGAINST HEALTH CUTS CHANGED!
New Location: Knockbracken Health Care Park, Saintfield Road

Called by the Socialist Party

For more info Tel: Pat Lawlor on 07810522111

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