Healthwatch Board meeting in public and Annual General Meeting (AGM) - Weds 10 July 2019

Come to our Annual General Meeting, help us celebrate the successes of the last year and join our conversation about improving local mental health support.
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The theme this year is mental health and we have an expert panel lined up to talk about the top issues in mental health services locally. Our panel includes:

  • Two people with lived experience of services.
  • Aly Anderson, Chief Executive, CPSL Mind.
  • Tracy Dowling, Chief Executive, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust.
  • Lois Sidney, Executive Director, The SUN Network.
  • Dr Emma Tiffin, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough CCG
  • Sandie Smith, Chief Executive of Healthwatch Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.

There'll be a chance to ask questions and share your own experiences. 

We will also be signing the Time to Change Employer Pledge to support mental health awareness in the workplace. Please encourage your employer to do the same.

This meeting will be followed by a one hour Board meeting which you are welcome to stay for. 

AGM - 2:00 to 4:00pm, Wed 10 July 2019

Board meeting - 4:00 to 5:00pm, Wed 10 July 2019

Sawtry Old School Hall, Green End Road, Sawtry, PE28 5UY

We may take photos or film parts of our public meetings. Please tell us if you do not want to be photographed or filmed.

Visitors to our meetings are welcome to take their own photos or recordings and share them online. Please do not film or photograph members of the public without their permission. 


00 AGM Agenda
02 Minutes of the AGM in 2018
03 Retirement of Directors
04 Register of Interests
05 Accounts and Auditor
05.1 Audited Accounts
06 Annual report
06.1 Annual Report - easy read
07 Employee Pledge Action Plan
00 Agenda for the Board Meeting
03 Minutes of the Board meeting on 3 May 2019
04 Action Log
05 Chair's report
07 General Purposes Group report
08 Finance report

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