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Flint health care plans include birthing room

4 April 2014 Last updated at 20:05 BST

Health bosses say they will consider campaigners' ideas to extend community care facilities in a Flintshire town following the closure of its hospital.

Protesters want hospital beds back in Flint but bosses say that, while they do not feature in a planned new care centre, they will consider "other options".

Other ideas being considered include opening a home birthing room.

Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board said its new centre will bring together a "wide range of local services".

Matthew Richards reports.