Public urged to speak out over future of The Bungalow

PUBLISHED: 10:18 26 May 2010 | UPDATED: 01:15 16 June 2010

HONITON town councillor Alf Boom is hoping all those concerned about care for dementia sufferers in the wake of uncertainty over the future of The Bungalow will attend a meeting.

HONITON town councillor Alf Boom is hoping all those concerned about care for dementia sufferers in the wake of uncertainty over the future of The Bungalow will attend a meeting.

Devon Partnership NHS Trust is staging a Network Action Group meeting in the Jerrard Wing at Honiton Community Hospital, and anybody with views about the future shape of mental health services is invited to attend.

The meeting will take place at 2pm on Monday, June 7.

Councillor Boom said: "We need to have a first rate turnout of people to show our deep concern about the changes being proposed for The Bungalow.

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