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Our Council of Governors is the voice of the people we serve, and it helps set our priorities and shape our services, based on our members’ views. You need to be a member of the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust in order to be considered for election as a governor.
The Council of Governors is chaired by the Chair of the Trust and consists of:
Meet your Governors
As a Foundation Trust, our governors play a very important role in how the Trust is run. By law, the governors:
Other responsibilities include:
We hold local elections for governors regularly. To become a governor, you need to be 16 or older and already a member of our Trust.
You can nominate yourself or someone else to become a governor.
Find out more about becoming a governor by emailing Hannah Travers - firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are holding elections for a number of vacancies on the Council of Governors. Nominations for elections open on Tuesday 19 January 2021. Members in the constituencies shown below can complete a nomination form online or by returning the form by post to:
Civica Election Services
The Election Centre
33 Clarendon Road
|Public Governor||East Berkshire & Borders||1||Until July 2022|
|West Berkshire & Borders||1||Until July 2021|
|Staff Governor||Medical/Dental||1||Until July 2023|
|Allied Health Professionals/Scientific||1||Until July 2023|
Governors are elected by Members of the Trust and key information on how to vote is set out below.
The following are the key election dates:
There are no elections planned at present.
Corporate Governance Office
Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust
0118 322 5364