PROTEST groups have linked up to fight health changes across North Wales.
Yesterday, campaigners fighting to save community hospital facilities in Flint and Llangollen united with pressure groups from across the Betsi Cadwaldr Health Board area to form the North Wales Health Alliance.
The Alliance is looking into pushing for a judicial review to stop the downgrade of services, which includes the closure of Minor Injuries Units and inpatient beds at Flint and Chirk community hospitals.
According to a joint statement from the newly formed group: "We are considering a legal challenge to the entire process. The advice we have received suggests Betsi Cadwaladr health board is vulnerable to a challenge."