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Discussing Brexit's impact on Lincolnshire at talk in Long Sutton in March




‘Brexit and its implications for Lincolnshire’ - that will be the topic of discussion at the next meeting of the Social Issues in South Lincolnshire group.

The meeting will be held at St Mary’s Church Hall in Long Sutton on Monday, March 11, from 10am-1.30pm.

Speakers include Dr Geoffrey Dodgson - a senior national economist from East Anglia and a member of Germinate, part of the Arthur Rank Rural Centre based at Stoneleigh.

Sir John Hayes, MP for South Holland and the Deepings, will be speaking at the meeting in March. (6469070)
Sir John Hayes, MP for South Holland and the Deepings, will be speaking at the meeting in March. (6469070)

Sir John Hayes, MP for South Holland and the Deepings, will also be speaking at the meeting.

It follows on from October’s meeting which discussed rural health and care in south Lincolnshire.

Two parliamentary panels have since been initiated, looking at creating partnership pilot projects across the county with local health services, the Co-op and pharmacies, first responders and air ambulance services.

Father Jonathan Sibley pictured at the House of Commons with Professor Richard Parish and MP Anne Marie Morris in October. This was to coincide with the launch of a new national parliamentary inquiry with regards to health and care in rural areas such as Lincolnshire. Photo supplied. (4977973)
Father Jonathan Sibley pictured at the House of Commons with Professor Richard Parish and MP Anne Marie Morris in October. This was to coincide with the launch of a new national parliamentary inquiry with regards to health and care in rural areas such as Lincolnshire. Photo supplied. (4977973)

South Holland has been identified as one such area for exploring this possibility later on in the year.

To book for the meeting in March, email Jonathan.sibley3@btinternet.com, call 01406 362933 or write to Father Jonathan at: The Vicarage, Market Place, Long Sutton, Spalding Lincs, PE12 9JJ.



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