NHS Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin Board Meetings
Members of the public are welcome to attend and observe the NHS Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin Board meetings, which are held in public but are not public meetings. This means that members of the public can watch the meeting, but it is not an open forum for contributions from the floor, nor a meeting where citizens can bring agenda items.
Date: Wednesday 29 March 2023
Location: The Reynolds Suite, The Holiday Inn, Telford International Centre, St Quentin Gate, Telford TF3 4EH
Please note: This meeting will be held in public as a face-to-face meeting, and a recording of the meeting will be made available following the meeting.
Below is the live stream link to the ICB meeting held on 25 January 2023:
Can I submit a question?
Yes we will take questions from members of the public, as long as they relate to what is on the agenda and they are submitted in advance.
To submit a question, you can:
Write to: NHS Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin, Halesfield 6, Halesfield, Telford, TF7 4BF
All question must be received at least 48 hours before the board meeting.
The questions and answers will be sent to the individual asking the question and published three weeks after the meeting. The questions and answers will also be included in the papers for the next scheduled meeting.
- Wednesday 30 November, 2022 2pm - 5pm
- Wednesday 25 January, 2023 2pm - 5pm
- Wednesday 29 March, 2023 2pm - 5pm
- Wednesday 26 April, 2023 2pm - 5pm
- Wednesday 28 June, 2023 2pm - 5pm
- We will accept your question as long as it relates to the commissioning of health services in Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin and they are relevant to the meeting’s agenda.
- Let us know if you have any interest in the question’s subject.
- If your question is complex, needs particular research, or data retrieval or analysis, we may defer your question. Depending on the detail of information required, we may ask you to submit it as Freedom of Information (FOI) request.
- The Chair of the Board’s decision to accept a question, and how it should be answered, is final. Grounds for not accepting public questions include, but are not limited to:
- It would be too expensive or would take too much staff resource to deal with the question.
- The question would cause distress or is offensive.
- The question has previously been answered in the last six months and placed in the public domain.
- The answer could prejudice a criminal investigation or commercial confidentiality.
- The answer relates to personal data, which if released would be contrary to the Data Protection Act.