Torbay Hospital Annual Members' Meeting!

(Last Updated On: September 9, 2019)

   

Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust is inviting the public to  its annual members’ meeting.

The meeting, on Wednesday 25 September between (2pm and 4pm) at the TREC Centre, Torbay Hospital, gives everyone the chance to learn more about the variety of work carried out across the Trust by our 6,000 employees.

Doors open at midday when visitors can meet staff and governors and browse stands in our ‘market place’ event.

The meeting will start at 2pm, offering you the chance to hear from our Chairman, Sir Richard Ibbotson, Liz Davenport, Chief Executive and Wendy Marshfield, Lead Governor – who along with colleagues will be sharing highlights of the past year as well as our plans for the future.

We will also be providing informative clinical presentations at the event.

There will be an opportunity for your feedback and questions to our Trust Board members and governors, before the meeting closes at 4pm.

Light refreshments will be available. The event is free to all.

Please let the Trust know if you wish to attend by emailing the Foundation Trust Office via: Foundationtrust.tsdft@nhs.net

More about Trust Members is available on www.torbayandsouthdevon.nhs.uk Twitter@TorbaySDevonNHS and Facebook @TorbayAndSouthDevonFT

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Apart from five years studying in Oxford I’ve lived most of my life in London where for many years I was Head of English in a prestigious girls’ school, but since taking early retirement and heading West to be nearer to my two daughters - settling in Torbay with my wife, Anna, in 2011 - I’ve worked in the voluntary sector. I took on the role of Service Provider, for example, promoting the Red Cross Torbay Navigators Project, while now I’m a Trustee and part of the Media Team for our local Healthwatch. I’m a governor at Torquay Academy, too, giving me the chance to stay up to date with what’s happening in the world of education. Other interests, aside from friends and family, include art and art history, reading - from contemporary fiction and poetry to Elizabethan/Jacobean literature - history, politics, cooking, walking, and music, in particular Bob Dylan, the blues, and early Elvis. I love writing, too, with one novel published so far – Elvis in Wonderland – and another, Who’s There?, that still needs plenty of work!