Hear our exciting plans for the future at our Annual Public and Members meeting

Published on: 21st August 2023

Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (LPFT) will host its Annual Public and Members meeting on Monday 11 September.

The meeting provides an opportunity to learn how LPFT continues to develop its services to promote wellbeing. It will also showcase how the Trust supports people in Lincolnshire with a mental health problem, a learning disability, dementia and autistic people.

LPFT Chair Kevin Lockyer will host the virtual event, which will get underway from 10am.

Kevin said:

“We once again look forward to hosting our Annual Public and Members Meeting later this year.

“It provides a real opportunity to benchmark our performance, showcase our success and set our aims for the future.

“We are proud to have achieved so much in the last year and would welcome anyone interested in finding out more to attend on the day.”

There is no need to book to attend just use the following link to join on the day bit.ly/LPFT-APM-2023

Attendees do not need special software installed to join; all they need is access to the internet as it will be held using Microsoft Teams. A recording will also be available after the event for those who can’t join on the day.

There will also be an opportunity for attendees to ask questions, gaining a unique insight into the work, plans and priorities for the Trust. If anyone would like to submit a question in advance they can email the Head of Corporate Governance, Karen Scott, on karen.scott4@nhs.net by midday on Thursday 7 September or participants can ask them live on the day.

A copy of the draft minutes from last year's APM can be found on our website by using this link.

A online version of our full Annual Report and Accounts for 2022-23 can be found on our website by using this link

Watch the full live recording of our Annual Public Meeting below

You can also download the powerpoint slides by using this link
(these are included in the video below and can be requested in an alterantive format if required by contacting lpft.communications@nhs.net )