It's time to let health chiefs know what you think of a plan which could see the biggest shake-up of Huddersfield’s NHS services in a generation.

Huddersfield and Calderdale NHS bosses have announced that a public consultation on the Right Care Right Time Right Place plan will begin on March 15.

To make sure everyone knows about it, we've set up a Twitter and Facebook Thunderclap for the first day of the consultation.

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The consultation on the proposal, which could close Huddersfield’s A&E and transfer emergency care services to Halifax, will run until June 21.

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Greater Huddersfield and Calderdale CCGs (clinical commissioning groups), the local NHS organisation behind the plan, say they will decide whether to approve the proposal in October, at the earliest.

In the meantime, a series of information sessions and public meetings will take place at which people can find out more about the proposed changes, ask questions and give their views.