Bridget shows support for British Lung Foundation’s Election Manifesto

4 February, 2010 at 1:18 am Leave a comment

Bridget Fox with Carol Forsdyke (Chair for Breathe Easy Islington) and Maureen Tricki (Treasurer for Breathe Easy Islington)

Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Campaigner for Islington South & Finsbury, Bridget Fox, met with Breathe Easy Islington, a part of the British Lung Foundation’s support network for people affected by lung disease.

Carol Forsdyke, Chairperson of Breathe Easy Islington said: “We are delighted that Bridget Fox was able to come down to our Breathe Easy Group meeting and show support for the British Lung Foundation’s Manifesto. With eight million people affected by lung disease it is vital that the next Government work to improve care for people affected by lung disease.”

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