Cork Candidates’ Debate on Mental Health, Monday 30th November, 6-8pm

Come along to a town hall meeting on mental health in the Cork area to hear election candidates set out their plans for improving Ireland’s mental health system. Have your say and ask them about how they will address your concerns.
   When:  Monday 30th November, 6-8pm
   Where: Metropole Hotel, MacCurtain Street, Cork 
   Speakers include Minister of State for Primary and Social Care, Kathleen Lynch TD.
As part of the upcoming General Election campaign, we’ve invited candidates from the main political parties in Cork South Central and Cork North Central to take part in a town hall meeting to let you know where they stand on mental health. It will also be an opportunity for you to ask questions and have your say.
Mental health is as important as physical health and it’s up to us, the general public, to ensure it gets put on the political agenda in 2016.
Tea/coffee on arrival, from 5.30pm
RSVP required. Book a place by emailing  or by phoning 01 8749468. When RSVPing, please let us know if you are affiliated to a particular political party or organisation. If you have accessibility requirements, please let us know. The Metropole Hotel is wheelchair accessible.
Free entry but limited capacity.

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