Sham Consultation: Last chance to pillory the NSFT Board – Tuesday 25/3/2014 – Beccles

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Please, please do attend the sham consultation in Beccles on Tuesday 25th March 2014 between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. The acting Chief Executive, Medical Director and Operations Director of Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT) are being forced to publicly account for their ‘radical redesign’ for the last time by Great Yarmouth & Waveney CCG, which none of the other six commissioning groups in Norfolk and Suffolk could be bothered to do. It should also be noted that it has been established in employment law that employees cannot be reprimanded for taking part in public consultations or council committee hearings.

These meetings are very well attended by people who use mental health services, carers, staff and public and are extremely informative. If you need help with transport, let us know in the comments below or in our forums and we will try to help you. We’ll be holding a discussion and demonstration from about 5 p.m. so try to get along early if you can to support us before the meeting as well. That said, come whatever time you can, early or late.

The venue is Meeting room 3, NHSGYWCCG, Beccles House, 1 Common Lane North, Beccles, NR34 9BN. Please note that Beccles train station is just off the bottom of the map. Visit Google Maps or scroll the map down a little to see the train station.

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  1. Please use my husband’s story tonight if you wish. He was found wandering around Sainsburys Longwater bridge with a rope in his underwear… going to hang himself we found him in time we tried to phone his doctor at hellesdon to find out he had left. We didn’t know where to turn. We met at the football ground last week. He’s always being passed from pillar to post. We cant make tonight as we have 3 children who don’t get from school till 4;30 and we wouldn’t see them till 9 if we were to go to Beccles. Thanks again my husband is bipolar, unstable personality, post traumatic stress, and adult adhd.

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