People from Hull, East Riding and North Yorkshire are invited to join governors and senior staff members at Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust’s Annual Members’ Meeting next month.

Leon Pryce, former international rugby league superstar, is to be the guest speaker at the meeting which will be the highlight of the Trust’s calendar this autumn.

His address will be one of the key features of the day scheduled to be held on Wednesday 19 September 2018 at the Doubletree Hilton Hotel in Hull.

Chief Executive Michele Moran said:

We are delighted that Leon has agreed to speak to our members and the public on the subject mental health. His speech will be among the highlights of an event that will give people an opportunity to meet our staff, hear about our clinical and financial performance in the past 12 months, and learn about the exciting opportunities and challenges that lie ahead

The event kicks off at 1pm with a market stall showcase of the services the Trust provides, including mental health, learning disability, children, community, healthy lifestyle and addictions services, alongside information about minor injury units to name a few!

Staff will be on hand to promote what services are available to residents with the public welcome to explore eye-catching displays and meet the teams involved.

Members of the recruitment team will also be there sharing latest vacancies and promoting the Trust’s upcoming recruitment day which is scheduled to take place later in the month.

Michele said:

Our Annual Members’ Meeting is a chance for people in our communities to speak to staff and governors from the Trust. We welcome anyone who has an interest in how we deliver our services to come along and learn more about the work we do

Light refreshments will be available.

Non-members are requested to reserve their place in advance by emailing the Trust’s Communications team on