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March & rally to save St Katharine Docks GP practise

By on May 28, 2014 in Events

SAVE-SKD-SURGERY

Some bright spark (aka idiot) thinks we have far too many GP surgeries in Tower Hamlets.

Obviously they have never had to wait over a week for an appointment.

To stop this nonsense, specifically the closure of the SKD practice, there is a march and rally happening.

March on Thursday 5th June

There will be a protest march on Thursday 5th June from the St Katharine Docks GP Practice around a number of other GP Surgeries under threat of closure.

The march will finish at Kingsley Hall for a rally at which Lord David Owen will speak.

Here’s the route as a nice pretty graphic and a dull boring table.

Map of Save Our Surgeries march Thursday 5th June

Map of Save Our Surgeries march Thursday 5th June

Leaving time From To Via Arrival time
2.30 St Katherine’s Wapping HC Wapping Wall 2.45
3.05 Wapping HC City Wellbeing Wapping Lane, Cannon St Road 3.05
3.30 City Wellbeing Albion Cannon St Rd, New Road, Whitechapel Waste 3.30
3.50 Albion East 1 Health Sidney Street 3.50
4.05 East 1 health Brayford Sq Commercial Rd 4.05
4.15 Brayford Square Jubilee St Commerical Road 4.15
4.45 Jubilee Street Limehouse Commercial Rd 4.45
5.15 Limehouse Newby East India Dock Rd 5.15
5.25 All Saints / Gough Walk Chrisp St Chrisp St 5.25
5.50 Chrisp St St Andrews Chrisp St, Violet Rd, Devons Rd 5.50
6 PM St Andrews Stroudley Walk Devons Rd 6.00
6.10 Stroudley Walk Bromley by Bow 6.10
6.20 Bromley by Bow Kingsley Hall 6.20

 

Save our GP Surgeries

The march will start from St Katherine’s Dock Practice, 12-14 Nightingale House, 50 Thomas More Street. Meet at 2.15pm

Any queries to Alex Speight, Practice Manager St Katharine Docks GP Practice

Sign here to Save St Katharine Docks Surgery.

 

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  1. Fiorenza Shepherd says:

    We NEED more GP surgeries!!

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