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The Trust Board are the people who manage the trust. This page tells you about their meetings.
It also tells you how to ask a question to the Trust Board.
Board meetings are open to the public although members of the public will be excluded when the Board discusses confidential matters such as reports containing personal information or attracting legal privilege.
Members of the public do not have a right to ask questions although the Chair of the meeting may allow this at their discretion at the end of the meeting. Questions should be sent to Madelaine.Warburton@rlbuht.nhs.uk at least three working days prior to the Board meeting.
If you are intending to attend the Trust Board meeting please contact the Trust Board offices on 0151 706 5460 or 3136 so that we can confirm details and timings.
Whilst hard copies of the papers are made available for members of the public, these are limited in number to ensure that printing costs are managed. The Trust can only guarantee that copies of the Board papers will be made available to members of the public who confirm their attendance three working days in advance of the meeting.
Board meetings, which are open to the public will start at 10am. They are held in the conference room on the 2nd floor of the Royal (L7 8XP), unless stated otherwise.
Dates, agendas and minutes of Board meetings are below.
2018: all meetings will be held at 10am in the Conference Room, 2nd Floor UCD unless otherwise stated.
2017: all meetings will be held at 10am in the Conference Room unless otherwise stated.
- 25th July - 10am - Public Board Pack - Meeting to be held in the Conference Room, 2nd floor at the Royal Trust Board offices
- No meeting scheduled for August
- 26th September - Public Board Pack - Meeting to be held in the Conference Room, 2nd floor at the Royal Trust Board offices
- No meeting scheduled for October
- 28th November - 10am - Public Board Pack
- No meeting scheduled for December
To order any printed versions of documents or to discuss further please contact the Communications Department calling 0151 706 5489