Ambulance chiefs have admitted a ‘growing strength of feeling’ against the closure of Louth’s station, their strongest hint of a u-turn yet.
At a public meeting held at the Meridian Leisure Centre last week, East Midlands Ambulance Service put their radical revamp proposals to residents.
These include the ‘closure’ of stations across the area in favour of the use of 13 hubs, the closest at Skegness, and 131 community ambulance posts, and the full cost of the project was revealed to be £29million.
Read the full report from the meeting in our new-look Leader on Wednesday.
And watch some video from the meeting by clicking here.