Memory Lane: Were you part of the march to save our A&E at Grantham Hospital?
Ten years ago, an estimated 2,500 people took part in a march against the threat to the A&E department and planned cuts to critical care at Grantham Hospital.
It was organised as part of a long-running campaign, during which the Journal was sent countless letters from concerned readers.
At the march to the hospital, A&E staff received cheers from the crowd of protesters when they emerged with a banner thanking everyone for their support.
MP Quentin Davies delayed a Parliamentary trip to Australia to attend, and announced in his speech that Jenny Green, hospital trust chairman at the time, had confirmed the A&E was to stay, although there were still plans to stop critical care in Grantham.