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Events

Throughout the year we hold a number of events for our members and the public. These events include a series of educational health talks. Please find below information on the latest events for you to attend.

Have your say on changes at Christchurch Hospital

Exciting plans to create a connected vibrant community at the Christchurch Hospital site will be consulted on in January.

Three local organisations - Macmillan Caring Locally, The Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (RBCH) and The Affordable Housing and Healthcare Group (AHH) are working closely together to bring some much needed health and wellbeing facilities to Christchurch.

Come along to the former Pathology Unit at Christchurch Hospital on Friday 17 January between 10am and 7pm or Saturday 18 January between 10am and 4pm to see the plans and give feedback.

Included in the plans are: an innovative care-led development proposal for a new Macmillan Hospice, additional NHS health facilities and a retirement living village. These public events are your chance to have your say and we want to share these with as many members of the community and stakeholders as possible. There will be free parking during these events.

Understanding Health talks

Dates for the next talk to be announced soon.

Understanding Health talks in the Community

Dates for the next talk to be announced soon.

Governor listening events

Come along and chat to our Trust governors about your experiences, either as a patient or visitor, at the Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch hospitals. Your feedback can help us make improvements. 

Events to be announced soon.

Meet your Local Governor

Listen to an update about what's happening at our hospitals and chat to our Trust governors at these Governor Hospital Talks. There's no need to book, just come along.

Dates to be announced soon.

The Council of Governors Quarterly Meeting

Our Council of Governors meet four times a year in public. Part one of the meetings are open everyone, public and staff. 2020 meetings will be announced shortly.