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Around 300 campaigners marched through Weston-super-Mare today (Saturday 4 November), in protest at the continued closure of the town's Accident & Emergency department between 10pm and 8am.
Today is five months to the day since the closure came into effect, after the health watchdog, the Care Quality Commission, found the emergency department at Weston General Hospital was dangerously short of doctors.
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The Accident and Emergency department at the hospital is already closed overnight, with no date set for it to re-open.Read the full story ›
A candlelit vigil has been scheduled to take place from 8.30pm tonight, Monday 4th September at Weston General Hospital.
It is in protest of the overnight closure of the hospital's A&E department. Patients have had to travel to Bristol or Taunton for emergency treatment.
A second protest is also set to hold tomorrow at 9am during the board meeting.
The Weston Area Health NHS Trust says the closure is a temporary move, after a Care Quality Commission report labelling the department as 'inadequate' was published.
The Chief Executive of Weston General Hospital has said his staff are not to blame for a damning report which has forced the hospital to close its Emergency department overnight.
The report from the Care Quality Commission found the hospital was unsafe because of a lack of senior doctors.
But James Rimmer, the Chief Executive, said the decision was not a reflection on his staff who are 'coping incredibly well'.