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Annual Members’ Meeting to be held on 17 September

Picture of audience sitting in lecture theatre
27 August 2019

Members of Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust are invited to attend the Trust’s Annual Members’ Meeting which will take place Tuesday 17 September.  The meeting provides an opportunity to hear about the work and achievements of Sheffield Children’s in 2018/19.

It starts at 1pm in the Helena Davies Lecture Theatre in the Stephenson Wing of the Hospital and will feature presentations on the work of the Trust in 2018/19 and our future plans from the Chief Executive and Director of Finance.  There will also be an opportunity to hear from the Trust’s auditor and to ask questions of any member of the Board before the annual report and accounts are received.

The meeting will conclude with a presentation from internationally renowned sleep expert Professor Heather Elphick on Sheffield Children’s pioneering sleep programme which has seen national and international media coverage and most recently featured on the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire programme.

The event will run for approximately two hours.

You can register your attendance at on our Member’s page or you can ring 0114 305 3751.

Sarah Jones, Chair of the Board of Directors and Council of Governors, said: “The past year has seen many achievements and exciting developments at the Trust and this is an opportunity for our Board of Directors, Council of Governors and members to come together to reflect on our performance.

“We look forward to welcoming people from Sheffield and beyond to hear about our achievements and discuss our plans for the future so please join us as we explore 2018/19 and look towards what comes next for our organisation.”

Guests will have the opportunity to meet the Board as well as local governors who represent the views of patients, public, staff and partner organisations.

Copies of the Annual Report and Accounts 2018/19 will be available at the meeting or you can request a copy prior to the meeting.  You can also download it here as a PDF.

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