Trust holds successful annual members’ meeting


On Wednesday 27 September, the Trust held its annual members’ meeting, welcoming over 90 local people to reflect on the organisation’s year.

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Chief executive Mark Brooks presents to our members

Members were invited to the Al-Hikmah Centre in Batley where they could find out more about teams and services at the event’s ‘marketplace’, and hear about the Trust’s plans for the future.

Presenters on the day included chief executive Mark Brooks, chair Marie Burnham, and lead governor on the Trust’s members’ council John Laville.

Attendees took part in a creative activity which captured how they celebrate their own culture. The theme of this year’s meeting was ‘all of you’, recognising how the Trust values each person as an individual and recognises their unique experiences.

Chief executive Mark Brooks said: “Our members are a vital part of our Trust and we always welcome their interest and involvement in the future of our organisation. It was great to see so many people at our annual members’ meeting and I’d like to thank everyone who attended. I’m looking forward to achieving the future ambitions we shared with our members as we continue on our journey to be outstanding.”

Trust holds successful annual members’ meeting

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