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National March and Rally for #ourNHS70
Saturday 30th June 2018
70 years after the creation of the NHS, Save South Tyneside Hospital Campaign joined thousands at a national march and rally in London to celebrate what the NHS has given us, to draw attention to the ongoing dismantling of the NHS, and to call for its reinstatement.

North East March and Rally for the NHS | 2018
Saturday 10th March 2018
We joined this year's regional march and rally organised by KONP North East. Actors Stephen Tompkinson and Denis Lawson also gave their support at the rally.

National March and Rally for #ourNHS
Saturday 4th March 2017
We joined thousands of other NHS campaigners at a national march and rally for the NHS organised by Health Campaigns Together.

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  • Bethany ElenBethany Elen

    North East Socialist Singers (NESS)
  • Caroline Lucas MPCaroline Lucas MP

    First leader of the Green Party, and co-leader from 2016-2018
  • Chi Onwurah MPChi Onwurah MP

    for Newcastle North
  • Claire WilliamsClaire Williams

    Secretary Unison Northern Region
  • Colin SmithColin Smith

    GMB - Britain's General Union
  • David DonoghueDavid Donoghue

    Branch Chair of Unite the Union - South of Tyne
  • David FrancisDavid Francis

    South Tyneside Green Party
  • David McKechnieDavid McKechnie

    Save Rothbury Cottage Hospital
  • Dennis LawsonDennis Lawson

    Actor - Bleak House, Local Hero, New Tricks, Star Wars
  • Dr. Louise IrvineDr. Louise Irvine

    Chair of the Save Lewisham Hospital Campaign
  • Dr. Nigel SpeightDr. Nigel Speight

    Keep Our NHS Public - Durham
  • Dr. Pam WortleyDr. Pam Wortley

    Keep Our NHS Public - Sunderland & District
  • Emma BrittainEmma Brittain

    North East People's Assembly
  • Emma Lewell-Buck MPEmma Lewell-Buck MP

    for South Shields
  • Gail WardGail Ward

    Disabled People Against the Cuts (DPAC)
  • Gemma TaylorGemma Taylor

    Coordinator of Save South Tyneside Hospital Campaign
  • Geoff AbbotGeoff Abbot

    Stand Up to Racism
  • Jeremy Corbyn MPJeremy Corbyn MP

    Leader of the Labour Party
  • John BryanJohn Bryan

    National Support Officer for University and College Union
  • John McCabeJohn McCabe

    Labour Councillor for Hebburn South
  • John McDonnell MPJohn McDonnell MP

    Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer
  • John WhalleyJohn Whalley

    Secretary of Keep Our NHS Public - North East
  • Julie Elliot MPJulie Elliot MP

    for Sunderland Central
  • Karen ReayKaren Reay

    Unite Regional Secretary
  • Keith VenablesKeith Venables

    National Secretary of Health Campaigns Together
  • Linda HobsonLinda Hobson

    Unison Deputy Convenor - Northern Region
  • Marion LangleyMarion Langley

    Staff Side Chair and Unison Branch Secretary - South Tyneside District Hospital
  • Michael ApplebyMichael Appleby

    Chairperson of the Royal College of Nursing Northern Regional Board
  • Mo AbuzahraMo Abuzahra

    Chair of Unison Northern Region International Committee
  • Norman HallNorman Hall

    Socialist Party
  • Prof. Allyson PollockProf. Allyson Pollock

    Director of the Institute for Health and Society
  • Rachael SageRachael Sage

    Keep Our NHS Public - North East
  • Roger NettleshipRoger Nettleship

    Chair of Save South Tyneside Hospital Campaign
  • Ron BrownRon Brown

    North East Socialist Singers (NESS)
  • Sarah CarpenterSarah Carpenter

    Health Branch National Officer - Unite the Union
  • Sharon Hodgson MPSharon Hodgson MP

    for Washington & Sunderland West
  • Shirley FordShirley Ford

    North East Green Party Coordinator & spokesperson for South Tyneside Transport Users Group
  • Stephen Hepburn MPStephen Hepburn MP

    for Jarrow
  • Steven TompkinsonSteven Tompkinson

    Actor from Stockton - Drop the Dead Donkey, Ballykissangel, DCI Banks, Brassed Off
  • Walter ArmstrongWalter Armstrong

    President of the Jarrow Conservative Association
  • William JarrettWilliam Jarrett

    Save North Tyneside NHS