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Board meeting in public to be held in Banbury


South Central Ambulance Service will outline changes to the county’s 111 service when representatives speak at Healthwatch Oxfordshire’s next Board meeting in public, in Banbury.

 The independent health and social care watchdog will meet at Banbury Town Hall, on Tuesday January 9, from 7pm to 9pm.

 Rosalind Pearce, Executive Director, Healthwatch Oxfordshire, said: “By moving our meetings around the county, we believe that it gives more people the opportunity to come along and learn more about what we are trying to achieve. It also helps us build a bigger picture of what is happening in health and social care in Oxfordshire.”

 There will be a full programme of Board business, including reports from Board sub-groups.

 Members of the public can submit questions to the Healthwatch Oxfordshire Board by email, post or telephone, up to five working days before the meeting. There will also be a period of 15 minutes at 7pm during which the public will have an opportunity to speak to the board members. The public will also be able to ask questions for clarification at the end of each agenda item.

 The full agenda and papers will be published at http://www.healthwatchoxfordshire.co.uk/healthwatch-oxfordshire-board-meetings-and-minutes seven days before the meeting.