Important information regarding Public Board meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic

In respect of the restrictions introduced by the Government to limit the spread of COVID-19, face-to-face meetings involving members of the public cannot take place; during this period of heightened pressure on NHS Trusts, agendas for our Board meetings will also be streamlined to the most critical business.

The last meeting took place via MS Teams on 28th January 2021. Members of the public that wish to join the next online meeting should email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to receive an email with their invite details.

The Trust is committed to maintaining transparency and accountability to the public during this period and we will continue to publish the papers for our public Board meetings on our website and welcome questions from the public This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

We will publish answers to any questions from members of the public as soon after the board meeting as practicable.

Liz Davies
Corporate Affairs Manager / Board Secretary



You can watch the video conference of the last meeting via the YouTube link below:


Documentation - 28th January 2021 Meeting

Draft Minutes November Paper 12.1
Action Log Paper 13.1
Chairman’s Report Paper 14.1
Chief Executive’s Report Paper 14.2
Quality Report Paper 15.1
Quality of Care Committee November Minutes Paper 15.2
Ockenden Assurance Report Paper 15.3
Adult Ward Safe Staffing and Nursing Establishment Review - October Paper 15.4
Learning from Mortality Reviews Quarterly Report Paper 15.5
Emergency Planning Resilience and Response (EPRR) Assurance Paper 15.6
Performance Report Paper 16.1
Modern Healthcare Committee Minutes Paper 16.2
People Committee November Minutes Paper 16.3
BAME System Pledges Paper 16.4
Annual Report and Accounts Timetable Paper 17.1
Use of the Trust Seal Paper 17.2
Trust Board Schedule of Business Paper 17.3


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