16:00 Welcome, Introductions and Declarations of Interest
16:05 Apologies for Absence
16:05 Minutes of the Council of Governors / Annual Members' Meeting of 8 September 2021 and the Council of Governors meeting of Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust held on 25 May 2022
16:10 Matters Arising
16:10 Auditors Report. To receive the Audit Highlights Memorandum 2020/21 of the External Auditors work carried out on the Auditors 2021/22 financial statements
16:20 Non-Executive Director Introductions
16:40 Looking Back and Looking Forward: Perspectives from the Chair, Vice Chair, Chief Executive, and Lead Governor
17:10 Service User / Carer / Staff Story
17:30 Annual Report and Accounts and Quality Accounts 2021/22. The Chief Finance Officer will commend the Annual Report 2021/22 to the Annual Members' Meeting. The Chief Nurse & Director of Quality and Professional Leadership will commend The Quality Accounts to the Annual Members' Meeting.
17:55 Question and Answer Session
18:00 Any other business
18:00 Close of Public Meeting. Date of Next Meeting: Wednesday 14 December 2022, on Microsoft Teams


Declaration (Extract from Constitution)

An elected Governor may not vote at a meeting of the Council of Governors unless, before attending the meeting, they have made a declaration in the form specified by the Secretary of the particulars of their qualification to vote as a member of the Foundation Trust and that they are not prevented from being a member of the Council of Governors. An elected Governor shall be deemed to have confirmed the declaration upon attending any subsequent meeting of the Council of Governors, and every agenda for meetings of the Council of Governors will draw this to the attention of elected Governors.


Items in Closed Session

In accordance with the Council of Governor’s Standing Orders that representatives of the press and other members of the public be excluded from a closed session of the meeting having regard to the confidential nature of the business to be transacted, publicity of which would be prejudicial to the public interest (section (2) Public Bodies (Admission to Meetings Act 1960)