Trust’s annual members’ meeting to focus on ‘All of you’


Local people are invited to find out how our Trust values ‘All of you’ as staff reflect on achievements from the past year and look at future plans.

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Chair Marie Burnham presents at the Trust’s 2022 annual members’ meeting

South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, which provides mental health, learning disability, autism, and community services, will hold its annual members’ meeting on Wednesday 27 September at the Al-Hikmah Centre in Batley.

The annual members’ meeting is open to members of the public, anyone living or working within the Trust’s local communities, members of the Trust and staff workforce. The theme for the meeting is ‘All of you’, recognising that staff, service users and carers, and people in local communities are known, valued and understood by the Trust.

The meeting will feature a marketplace of Trust services and local support groups, and a presentation of the Trust’s annual report and accounts which will look back at highlights and areas of learning from the past year. Also part of the day will be insightful films, creative activities, and entertainment.

Trust chair Marie Burnham said: “It’s so important to us to involve our local communities in all that we do. I’m looking forward to welcoming as many people as possible to our annual members’ meeting where we’ll look at our successes and stories from our most recent year.”

Chief executive Mark Brooks said: “Over the last year our services have done some fantastic, innovative, person-centred and caring work and I’m proud that we are able to share this at our annual members’ meeting. Please do come along if you can and find out more about what we do.”

The event is free to attend, and lunch will be provided.

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Trust’s annual members’ meeting to focus on ‘All of you’

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