Our Council of Governors, which has been in place since May 2016, provides an essential link between the Trusts’ Members and the organisation. It meets formally at least three times a year and comprises of elected local members, members of staff, and representatives of local partner organisations. Governors are an important group of people within the Trust, who represent the views of our membership by being the “voice” of local people and surrounding communities.
Governors play a key role in the governance of the Trust and work hard to ensure that the interests of all members are taken into account whenever key decisions are made.
Governors also play an essential role in holding the Board of Directors to account, through the nonexecutive directors, for the performance of the Board.
I'm interested in becoming a governor. What do I do next?
The nomination process for members to stand as governors runs from 27 June 2017 to 25 July 2017. The election will run from 15 August to 11 September 2017 and the outcomes of the elections will be published on 12 September 2017.
The Notice of Poll is available here
The uncontested constituencies are detailed here
The declaration of results will be available after Wednesday 13 September 2017
You will need to be a member in order to stand for election. If you are not currently a member but would like to be please click here.
Find out more about Trust governors here