Organisers are expecting 2,000 people to join a march through Llandudno today, to protest against changes to health services across North Wales.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board is pressing ahead with hugely controversial plans to reorganise services, which include moving the care of babies needing long-term intensive treatment over the border to the Wirral, and closing and downgrading a number of community hospitals.
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