There are currently four public governors for Bury. If you would like to get in touch with one of your local governors, or if you have any queries, please contact 0161 716 3374/3960 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Clive Brown - “As an existing governor I have a detailed knowledge of the issues faced in providing healthcare. Engaging with members of the public helps me understand what they really want. I will continue to work hard to represent their opinions and views at Board level.”
Derek Rowley - "In my 5 years’ service as a Governor, my initial view of the role was to put pressure on the Non-Executive Directors through the Council of Governors to maintain Governance of the Trust. As well as attending regular meetings and events (in particular Bury) I have tried to contribute to the development of the role and influence in the Trust footprint and to represent the members in a meaningful way.
"The qualities I can bring to the role are networking, an organised approach, passion and commitment. The NHS is going through challenging times at the moment and I wish to help in a Governor capacity. I enjoy meeting like-minded other Governors and bouncing ideas of them."
Ken Kendall - "The governor role is an excellent opportunity to make a positive difference and drive up standards in the local health sector. My skills gained as a Station Commander in the fire service will allow me to effectively represent the interests of the members and the general public and give something back to the community."
Lucette Tucker - "I believe that I can now assist in making informed decisions through my previous experience as a Board member with other organisations and with the knowledge I have gained over the last year with Pennine Care.
"I have experience of dealing with the public, statutory services and Board members in my personal and professional life. I am retired, so I have time to do this."