Annual Members’ Meeting

Annual Members’ Meeting:  ‘Team MFT: Here for You’

In response to the positive comments received last year, our 2022 Annual Members’ Meeting (AMM) is again available in a virtual format and our Group Chairman and Group Chief Executive would be delighted if you would take the time to watch the pre-recorded presentations.

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By viewing these films, you will be able to:

  • Find out how our Trust is performing
  • Hear how we are responding to patient and staff feedback
  • Learn more about the latest developments and our future plans.

The AMM Agenda outlines the film-clips available which include our Group Chairman, Group Chief Executive, and Group Chief Finance Officer looking back at 2021/22 and outlining our plans for the future.  A Membership Report, is also available from our Lead Governor and includes the results of our 2022 Governor Elections/Nominations.

Before watching the films, you may like to take a look at our full Annual Report and Accounts, which is available at

To find out more about the positive achievements and developments happening across the Trust, do please read the latest issue of MFT News our dedicated magazine for MFT members and the wider public.

Welcome and Overview

Kathy Cowell OBE DL, Group Chairman

Review of 2021/22 including highlights from MFT’s Annual Report

Sir Michael Deegan CBE, Group Chief Executive

Annual Accounts 2021/22 and financial outlook for 2022/23

Jenny Ehrhardt, Group Chief Finance Officer

Membership Report including Governor election results (2022)

Geraldine Thompson, Lead & Staff Governor

Remembering our Governor colleagues – Ivy Ashworth-Crees and Colin Potts

Kathy Cowell OBE DL, Group Chairman

Looking Ahead in 2022/23 and sharing your views

Sir Michael Deegan CBE, Group Chief Executive

Kathy Cowell OBE DL, Group Chairman

The views and opinions of our members and the wider-general public are really important to us in shaping our services and developing our future plans.  We welcome feedback about any of the AMM information presented. You can contact us by emailing or calling 0161 276 4841. We will then collate the feedback received and post responses on this webpage.

If you are not a member of our NHS Foundation Trust and are interested in becoming one, an online application forms can be found and completed via the this link:

You can also visit our ‘How to Become a Member’ webpage, for more information –