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Nursing Times backs free parking campaign

Nursing Times has backed campaigners who are opposing proposals to introduce car parking charges at a hospital trust in Surrey.

Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust, which runs Redhill Hospital, want to introduce charges of up to £120 a year for staff to park their cars at the site.

The trust has also proposed a fee based on pay band, as well as free car parking for staff in a consultation that closed this week.

Nursing Times campaigned for free parking for staff, patients and relatives on an interview with BBC Radio Surrey’s Breakfast Programme.

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  • Disgrace that nurses should pay to go to work whilst looking after our sick.

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