Cardigan Hospital campaigners granted judicial review

Cardigan Hospital Hywel Dda University Health Board says it feels it complied with its legal obligations

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Campaigners hoping to reverse a decision to close inpatient beds at Cardigan Hospital have been given permission for a judicial review.

Hospital League of Friends (HLF) argued the health board should have consulted on the plan.

Hywel Dda health board says it feels it complied with its legal obligations.

HLF chairman Eirwyn Harries said the decision "takes us one step closer to reversing the decision to close inpatient beds".

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