A MAJOR public meeting will take place later this month as the campaign steps up to save the borough's hospital from devastating cuts.
The axe is hovering over Ealing Hospital's Accident and Emergency ward and people in the borough are being urged to take action.
Invited speakers include Ealing Southall Labour MP candidate Virendra Sharma and his Tory opponent and fellow candidate Gurcharan Singh.
Nigel Bakhai, prospective parliamentary candidate for the Lib Dems, has also been invited to speak.
Colin Standfield, chair of Ealing Hospital SOS said: "We are hoping for a large turn out. We need to show politicians that people really care about this issue.
"There will be an opportunity to ask questions, indeed this will be the main focus of the evening and the speeches will be very brief to allow this.
"Local people need to hear what those who would wish to represent them are prepared to do to secure the future of the acute services on site at Ealing, and what sort of future it will have under whoever forms the next government."
The meeting will take place on Wednesday April 28 at 7pm at Dormer's Wells High School, Dormer's Wells Lane, Southall.