Date set for Trust's annual general and members meetingWe will be holding our Annual General and Members Meeting (AGM) on Wednesday 20 July 2016.
We will be holding our Annual General and Members Meeting (AGM) on Wednesday 20 July 2016.
The AGM, which will be held at Middlesbrough Football Club, will focus on the theme of involvement and engagement.
Trust chairman Lesley Bessant will open the event and guest speaker Ian Callaghan, recovery and outcomes manager, Rethink Mental Illness, will deliver a talk entitled ‘Recovery and involvement – a journey in secure care’. The event will also include updates from the Trust’s chief executive and finance director. Visitors to the event, which is open to the public, can also talk with TEWV staff from around 30 of the Trust’s teams and services in ‘marketplace’ sessions where information about services and projects will be shared.
Bookings are now being taken for the AGM – anyone wishing to attend should contact the Trust’s membership team on 01325 552314 / 01325 552312 or email email@example.com by 13 July to book a free place.
You can follow the TEWV AGM on twitter @TEWV / #TEWVAGM.
AGM running order
3.30pm – AGM opens to the public
3.30pm-4.30pm – Find out more about more than 30 of our Trust’s services at the marketplace event
4.30pm-4.35pm – Welcome from the chairman
4.35pm-5.30pm – Guest speaker Ian Callaghan, recovery and outcomes manager, Rethink Mental Illness
5.30pm-6.30pm – Further marketplace event
6pm-7pm – AGM:
- Update from lead governor
- Review of the year and future plans, Colin Martin, Trust chief executive
- Financial report, Trust director of finance
- External auditors’ report, Mazars LLP
7pm-7.30pm – Open forum questions and closing remarks, Trust chairman.
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