Update from Trust public board meeting 26 March 2020

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On Wednesday 26 March, we held our first-ever virtual public board meeting using videoconferencing software that is currently being rolled out across the Trust. Members of the public were invited to submit questions ahead of the meeting. The meeting was recorded and is available to view below.
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