QE Hospital July 2021

You are no doubt already aware of the condition of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and the hospital management’s bid for a new hospital, which has been supported by the local press.

 

Today, Love West Norfolk launched a petition to trigger a debate in parliament to prioritise funding for a new hospital in King’s Lynn and also to support the fast-tracking of its design and build.

 

We need to get 100,000 signatures for a debate to happen so we need your help.  Please take a few minutes to sign the petition and to encourage your friends and families to do likewise.

QE Love West Norfolk

 

The petition can be found here: https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/590390

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Hillington Sewage Scheme

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Notice from Anglian Water –

Residents can now organise their connections to the new sewage system, letters have been sent out to residents

Local Residents break World Record

04 Sep 2014

Local residents Jonathan Worsley, and his son, Hugo, broke the world record playing cricket at the top of Mt Kilimanjaro on 20th September 2014 with 30 other mad keen cricketers raising £80,000 for charity. Details of their challenge and fundraising activities can be found on https://www.justgiving.com/teams/MtKiliMadness.

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