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Welcome to our special Christmas video message. As we move towards the holiday period, some of you will be starting to head off on your Christmas and/or New Year break. Whatever you have planned, we would like to wish you the very best for this festive period and we hope you manage to have a good and restful break whenever that may be.

Our continued thanks for everyone’s hard work on behalf of our patients, and a particular thanks to all those of you who are working over the Bank Holiday periods.

With very best wishes,

Aileen and Suzanne

 

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Meeting our members

On Tuesday evening we held our Annual Members' Meeting in the Postgrad centre at St Peter's. Hosted by Aileen, this is our opportunity with our Governors, to showcase the work we do to our members, colleagues and other stakeholders and a really positive event to come back to in my first week after my summer holiday. It was a hot evening, but even so we had around 75 people who came along to hear about what we are doing and to meet members of staff at our 'marketplace' event ... read the full message