Your Council of Governors


Welcome to our Council of Governors

There are five staff governors, 17 public governors from across the Bay and three partner governors. The Governors provide a vital link between the communities and groups they serve and the Trust Board, which has the statutory responsibility for the management of the organisation.

They also have a number of statutory roles, including providing their view on our forward planning, appointing and deciding the terms of office of the Chair and other Non Executive Directors of the Board, approving the appointment of the Chief Executive, appointing or removing our auditors and receiving our annual accounts, auditor's reports and annual report.

You can contact the Council of Governors via the following email address,

Council of Governors Meetings

Head to our Council of Governors Meetings webpage to find out more by clicking here.



Register of Declarations of Interest

Governors Elections

Notice of Election

Notice of Election - Staff Post

Uncontested Report

Public Governors

Barrow and West Cumbria Public Constituency

  • Dave Waddington
  • Shahnaz Ashgar
  • Les Hall
  • Vacancy

Lancashire and North Yorkshire Public Constituency

  • Jim Wood
  • Janet Hamid
  • Colin Hartley
  • Philip Hodge
  • Val Richards
  • John Pearson
  • Anne Purvis

South Lakeland and North Cumbria Public Constituency

  • Roger Titcombe
  • George Butler
  • Joan Acheson
  • Colin Ranshaw
  • Annette Miller
  • Vacancy

Staff Governors

  • Steve Cvijanovic
  • Glyn Davies
  • Karnad Krishnaprasad
  • Karen Robinson
  • Ben Hignett
  • Peter Taylor

Appointed Partner Govenors

  • Cllr Anne Burns 
  • Cllr. Darren Clifford
  • Gill Brown, Healthwatch Lancs
  • Alison Dixey, Cancer Care

Advisor to the Council of Governors - David Wilton


Council of Governors Meeting Dates

16 June 2016  - 2pm to 4pm
Junction 36, Auction Mart
Council of Governors meeting

Find out more information about these meetings here.



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