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2020 Board Papers


No meeting in January

Thursday 13 February

Thursday 12 March

Thursday 9 April - This meeting was cancelled due to Covid-19 situation

Thursday 14 May - This meeting was cancelled due to Covid-19 situation

Thursday 11 June - Meetings began to be held virtually

Thursday 9 July 

No meeting in  August

Thursday 10 September 

Thursday 8 October 

Thursday 12 November - watch the meeting

Thursday 10 December

All meetings will take place between 1.00pm and 3.30pm. Any changes to this time will be will be confirmed on our website.

Please Note;  In the absence of a Public Board meeting in April and May we have included a Board Digest of issues which were discussed in Private in lieu of the meeting

Public Trust Board: Thursday 10 December 2020

Please be advised that due to the current COVID-19 situation the Board in Public meeting on 10 December 2020 will take place virtually via Microsoft Teams. 

If you would like to attend the meeting, which takes place between 1pm and 3.30pm, please join this MS Teams live event. If you're not logged into MS Team, please add your full name when prompted before joining. 


Members of the public and press are invited to attend. The agenda and papers for the meetings can be viewed here from the Friday prior to the meeting.  

Questions for the Trust Board:  Staff and members of the public are asked to send their questions in advance by 9am on the Monday preceding the Board meeting to to ensure that as comprehensive a reply as possible can be given.  Please can you ensure you clearly identify within the email subject as 'Question for the Trust Board'.  Any member of the public who has a question following their observation of the Board meeting will be given the opportunity to ask this at the end of the meeting, if time allows. All questions posed verbally must relate to the meeting and not introduce new issues.  If time is insufficient to receive questions, members of the public may leave these in writing to be responded to outside of the Board meeting.

 All dates are correct at the time of going to press but may be subject to alteration. Any changes will be notified on this webpage.

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