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The Freedom of Information Act (2000) allows members of the public the right to see information from any public organisation. The goal of the Act is to help give greater openness and transparency in the way organisations are run.

What is freedom of information?

The Freedom of Information Act (2000) gives members of the public the right to request information from public authorities. The aim of the Act is to promote greater openness and transparency.

Through this website, we hope to make information about our Trust and services more accessible. To help us achieve this aim, we will publish all the Freedom of Information requests we receive on this site. You can also find out about the types of information you can request, and your rights to apply for access to information we hold about you.