Our Board is ultimately responsible for the Trust’ s performance. It provides the strategic direction to help ensure we deliver high quality, safe services.
The board holds regular meetings to discuss key issues around performance, quality and governance. Anyone is welcome to attend a public board meeting.
It is made up of our Executive Directors and Non-Executive Directors. They’re responsible for our Trust’s performance and our plans for the future. They hold regular board meetings and anyone can attend the meetings held in public.
The board is held to account by our Council of Governors the ‘voice’ of local people. Governors help the Trust make key decisions about our services and hold the Trust Board to account. Most of the Governors who make up our council are voted for by local people (members). Governors are there to listen to your views, advise the Trust on what their local community needs and ensure the Trust carries out its plans.