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Voluntary Sector North West
St. Thomas Centre

Ardwick Green North
Manchester
M12 6FZ
Tel: 0161 276 9300
Fax: 0161 276 9301
Email: info@vsnw.org.uk

Health and Wellbeing Boards and the VCS

11 July 2012 09:45 - 13:30

Kings House Conference Centre, Sydney Street, Manchester, M1 7HB

The event will be of most interest to those who are involved in local forum and networks or who are supporting those networks. 

Agenda

9.45am Registration

10.15am Welcome - Richard Caulfield, VSNW Chief Executive

10.25am Health and Wellbeing Boards Overview - Ged Devereux, Health & Wellbeing Board Lead, Transition Alliance

10.45am Voice and Representation

11.05am Workshops

  • VCS and Shadow Health & Wellbeing Boards - the story so far
  • Representation - mechanisms and processes
  • Way to influence

11.55am Refreshment Break

12.10pm Workshops Repeated

1pm Closing Remarks

1.10pm Lunch and Depart


The event is free and to book a place, complete the booking form and return this to ria.tesia@vsnw.org.uk. 

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Contact Us

Voluntary Sector North West
St. Thomas Centre
Ardwick Green North
Manchester
M12 6FZ
Tel: 0161 276 9300
Fax: 0161 276 9301
Email: info@vsnw.org.uk