This is the second public meeting held to provide more information about plans to downgrade HRI's A&E and expand the facility at CRH.
That's all from us
What a night!
Well done to everyone who went down to the stadium today to make their voices heard — even when the doors to the meeting closed, you made sure the CCG knew you were there.
That’s all from us tonight — links to our two reports are at the top of the blog.
Real people power
Here’s our second piece from tonight’s meeting, looking at mas show of strength shown by the people of Huddersfield tonight.
Be proud of yourselves!
Dr Steve Ollerton turns on charm offensive — but few buy it
Here’s a recap of tonight’s meeting - and how a charm offensive by CCG chair Dr Steve Ollerton didn’t quite have the desired results.
Fair point well made!
VIDEO: CCG tell meeting hospital plans not driven by finances
Meeting has overrun for more questions
VIDEO: McCartney grills CCG panel
The meeting has ended... but the crowd is still there
Pictures from tonight's meeting
A gallery from our snapper Simon Morley
A room for around 500, and 2,000 show up to the meeting - leaving hundreds chanting outside.
Should CCG bosses have predicted this bumper turn out and made other arrangements?
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VIDEO: The story of tonight's event
That's some claim
'The panel are crumbling'
Speaking of Sean Doyle...
He told us earlier today that the proposed hosptial changes would risk people’s lives:
“The hospital shake-up plan comes back to geography for me. The A&E at Halifax would be in the wrong place bearing in mind the road structure and conditions and however you dress it up it puts people’s lives at stake.”
The meeting is still going on.
Our reporter says Sean Doyle, heart attack survivor and #handsoffhri campaigner, walked out in disgust, angry the hospital chiefs had not addressed the travel times issue.
Will you be running with Sean?
Barry addresses protestors
That was some queue
Here’s a video of the queue our snapper Simon Morley caught earlier...
Heart attack survivor walks out of meeting
The crowd's still outside the stadium
...and they’ve got a PA system!
People are making speeches and Mike Forster is talking about the #HandsoffHRI campaign
Meeting heats up
Praise for young people
Mike Forster says it’s fantastic to have so many young people in the campaign to save Huddersfield A&E
Meanwhile, *inside* the stadium...
Real people power
Room with a capacity of under 500, 2,000 people attend. CCG forced to promise another meeting.
Well done Huddersfield and #HandsOffHRI!
Health chiefs want to hear your views
Crowd thanked for turning up - 2,000 people attended
Around 2,000 people turned up, apparently