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Membership

How do I become a public member?

Can I become a member?

Can I become a member?

If you’re over the age of 16 and live within one of the Trust’s local areas (‘constituencies’) you can become a member of our Trust. Service users, members of the public and carers can all become members.

Here’s a map showing our constituencies: see map

Check you live within one of these before applying to become a member!

All members of staff automatically become a member of our staff constituency when they join the Trust, unless they choose to opt out.

 

 

What are the benefits of being a member?

What are the benefits of being a member?

Joining is easy and it’s free! Membership offers you a range of benefits, including:

    *** NEW *** A discount scheme for local and national retailers - click on the button to the right to go to the website and register (NB - if you don't work for the Trust, just leave the NHS staff number/order number blank, and put CHFT as the organisation name.)

    Invitations to attend meetings and events

    Invitations to take part in consultations and surveys

    The right to vote for fellow members who put themselves forward for election to the Council of  Governors

    The right to stand for election to the Council of Governors

    Information about developments at the Trust twice a year via our dedicated members’ newsletter  

 

How do I become a public member?

Applying to become a member of our Trust is quick and easy. You can do this by completing our on-line Membership Application Form here.

Any information you give will be used solely to keep you informed about developments in the organisation.  Your information will be held in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.

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