You are invited to our Annual Member's Meeting!

Published: 28 August 2019

The Trust holds the event annually to celebrate the achievements of the amazing staff and services that are available, as well as discussing their visions and plans for the future. Visitors also have the opportunity to meet the Trust’s Board, senior team, staff and governors.

The AMM event will begin with a market stall area, where visitors will have the opportunity to speak to and learning from staff members of over 25 Trust services. Staff will be showcasing their fantastic work and achievements, as well as the ways in which they provide care to service users.

Speaking about the market stalls Trust CEO Michele Moran said “We understand the importance of giving visitors the opportunity to speak face to face with colleagues, as they may not often get the opportunity to do so. We are very much looking forward to welcoming everyone to this year’s AMM”.

The market stall event will begin at 1.30pm before the Annual Members’ Meeting, which starts at 2.35pm.

This years’ Key Note Speaker is Under 23 GB Weight Lifting Champion, record holder and coach, Jenny Tong. Jenny is also the Winner of Hull Daily Mail’s 2018 Sporting Champion Award. She has been selected for the England Development Weightlifting Squad and has recently started her Commonwealth Games campaign. Hallam Barbell Weightlifting Club, the club that Jenny coaches and lifts for, won Yorkshire's best amateur sport club award last November and was also shortlisted for a national mental health and sport award in March.

As Key Note Speaker, Jenny will be providing attendees with an insight into her weight lifting achievements. She will also be talking about her experience of mental health, as well as how her involvement in sports has helped her mental wellbeing.

The meeting will also be signed by British Sign Language interpreters and will end at 4.00pm.

Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend this years’ Annual Members’ meeting. The event is free and if you would like to attend, please email hnf-tr.communications@nhs.net or call 01482 389200.

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