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Members of the public are invited to Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust board meeting




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The next meeting of the board of directors for Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust will take place on Thursday, August 27 at 9am, and it is open to the public.

At the meeting - in the Learning and Development Centre, Unit 3, The Reservation, East Road, Sleaford - the board will receive the chief executive’s report and updates on the trust’s performance, organisational development and financial position. Board members will also consider approval of the trust’s annual safeguarding declaration for 2015/16

It will receive Monitor’s (the trust’s regulator) feedback on the trust’s performance during the fourth quarter of 2014/15 and its annual plan for 2015/16.

Trust chairman Paul Devlin said: “Our board meetings provide the public with an opportunity to find out more about the work and performance of the trust in meeting its objective to deliver the best possible mental health services to the community of Lincolnshire. The public are very welcome to attend and listen to the discussions.”

The meeting is open to members of the public and interested parties. There is a point in the meeting when questions can be publicly raised. To register your interest in attending the meeting and/or to table a question, contact Karen Scott on 01529 222243 or email karen.scott@lpt.nhs.uk



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