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Annual General Meetings (AGM)

AGM 2021

Our AGM for 2021 took place on Wednesday 22 September. You can watch a recording of it below. 

Our Annual General Meeting (AGM) was opened by our Chair, Martin Earwicker, followed by an update on the work of the governors. Julian Emms, our Chief Executive, and Paul Gray, our Acting Chief Financial Officer then gave updates on how we've performed over the year, and any future plans.

Lisa Rowson, Specialist Occupational Therapist In Neurology, gave a presentation on how the Neuro-rehabilitation services are adapting to change and empowering patients, and Louise Noble, Head of Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS), spoke about developing an alternative to inpatient care for CAMHS.

There was also an opportunity to ask questions through our live Q&A chat function. Thank you to everyone who attended.

Read our Council of Governors report (pdf)

Read the Question and Answer (Q&A) report (pdf)

Thank you to everyone who joined us for our virtual AGM on 23 September.

Read the agenda for the day (pdf)

Read questions and answers from the day (pdf)

For the first time, it was streamed online. You can watch the recording below.

We went virtual to help keep our staff and the public safe by following the national guidelines on social distancing. 

Our AGM was opened by our Chair, Martin Earwicker, followed by an update from our Lead Governor, Paul Myerscough.

Julian Emms, our Chief Executive, and Alex Gild, our Deputy Chief Executive and Chief Financial Officer then gave updates on how we’ve performed over the year, and how we’ve managed the COVID-19 pandemic.

There was also an opportunity to ask questions through our live Q&A chat function. Julian Emms, Chief Executive, and Jane Nicholson, Interim Director of People, answered some of your questions.  

Nathalie Zacharias, our Deputy Director of Allied Health Professions, introduced a wonderful video about our ‘Queen’s Award’ Volunteer service, which was then followed by a presentation on our advancement in digital technologies by Mark Davison, Chief Information Officer.

Find out more about our volunteers