Dignitaries from Doncaster and Rotherham have attended the Annual Members’ Meeting of a local health trust.
The Civic Mayor and Mayoress of Doncaster, Coun David Nevett and Mrs Kathleen Nevett, joined Rotherham Mayor Coun Lyndsay Pitchley, along with local residents, patients and carers at the meeting, held by Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust.
Visitors to St Catherine’s House, in Doncaster, were able to hear about the Trust’s performance for the past year as well as seeing what plans are in place for the 12 months ahead.
There was also an opportunity to meet the RDaSH governors, who represent them, and see the services the Trust delivers locally.
RDaSH Chairman Lawson Pater said: “We launched a new format for our meeting this year and I’m delighted to say it was a full house.
“I’d like to thank everyone who came along to support our event; it was a pleasure to see so many local people turning out to hear about the achievements of our dedicated staff over the last year and our plans to address the challenges that 2016/17 will bring, and the future.”