Hello, my name is Keith









Hi, my name is Keith and I am a Public Governor for the Trust. The area I represent is South Yorkshire and the rest of the East Midlands.

One of my main areas of interest as a Governor is to represent children and young people.

I retired from the Trust in December 2014 after having worked in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) for 15 years.

One of my reasons for standing as a Governors was to improve the involvement of young people and to help them have a voice in the Trust.

Since becoming a Governor, with the help of the a colleague, we arranged a meeting where five young people, service users and ex-service users, met with the Trust Chairman. Our next objective is to help the young people set up a Youth forum.

These may only be small steps, but every great journey begins with a small step.

If you are aged 12 or over, you can become a member of the Trust and help us achieve greatness on our journey. Visit the Trust website to find out how!


Hello My Name is Becky

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Becky Cassidy

Hi Everyone,

Welcome to my first blog! My name is Becky Cassidy and I work with the Trust Governors at Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. Over a series of blogs I hope that you will read and understand more about what your Governors do and how you can get in touch with them. To start with you can find out more about your Governors by  using this link 

The Trust is currently in the middle of an election process where we are seeking to elect 9 new Governors. Why don’t you click on the link  and find out more on how to vote for your preferred candidate who can represent your views about Nottinghamshire Healthcare

In order to cast your vote successfully you must be a member of the Trust. There are many added benefits of being a member so I would encourage you to click on the link to join the Trust here if you haven’t already

Until next time….. Becky