City's health experts will face public
HEALTH experts in the city will be grilled by members of the public in a question panel event.
The session tomorrow is being hosted by organisations within the city that represent the public.
Bristol and South Gloucestershire Local Involvement Networks (Links) give the general public a say on health services in the area and ask questions of the hospital, ambulance and other health trusts.
They will be holding the Question Time style debate at BAWA, Southmead Road, with representatives from the various health trusts answering queries from the floor.
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Deputy chief executive of Bristol City Council, Jon House, will chair the debate, with questions collected on the evening or submitted in advance.
Questions that are not selected will be answered in writing and published on the Bristol and South Gloucestershire Link websites.
Ahead of the panel discussion there will be a series of workshops and stalls for people to take advantage of.
Among the attractions on offer will be Bollywood dancing and henna tattooing and stalls giving advice. It is an open event and people are welcome to drop in throughout the afternoon.
To arrange transport, a personal assistant or creche facilities contact Alex Hodgson on 958 9325 or e-mail email@example.com.
For more information about the work of Bristol Link visit www.linkbristol.org.uk or call 958 9325.