Bishops Castle Town Hall is set to host a public meeting on the future of NHS services in Shropshire and Mid-Wales this evening.

The proposed 'Future Fit' changes will see one of the Accident and Emergency centres at either Telford's Princess Royal(PRH) or Royal Shrewsbury(RSH) hospitals close with some services transferred either way between the two units, although 24-hour 'urgent care' will remain available on both sites.

The preferred option, which was signed off by Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin Clinical Commissioning Groups, is for the emergency centre to be sited at the RSH, with PRH taking on responsibility for planned care.

This evening's panel will include NHS staff and hospital clinicians who will be telling people about the proposed 'Future Fit' service changes and taking questions from the floor.

Starting at 6pm, the meeting will take place in the ground floor ‘Market Hall’ room, with light refreshments available.

The Future Fit public consultation, which features two options, is running until September 11.