Protestors campaigning against a planned move for Liverpool Women's hospital, marched through the city this afternoon.They headed to the Echo Arena to make their point as delegates gathered for the Labour party's annual conference .
It wasn't just women who gathered at the hospital today to voice their concerns about the hospital moving.
8 thousand babies are delivered at the hospital every year and it has been a main part of family life and female healthcare in Liverpool since it opened in 1995
Protesters say the current system is working so why spend around £100 million on the move
The proposal is to move the hospital to new premises at The Royal to make the most of the expertise there.
The new Royal has fallen victim to the Carillion collapse, a date for it's completion is still uncertain. Any move is still years away for the women's hospital, so the next stage would be a public consultation