Council of Governors' Meeting

Date and time:

16 Sep 2021, 14:00 – 16:30


Martineau Room, Dorking Halls Reigate Road Dorking, , Surrey RH4 1SG United Kingdom

Our Council of Governors meets in public several times throughout the year.

Meetings include a report from the Chief Executive, updates on quality improvements and key projects taking place within the Trust. There is also an opportunity for Governors and members of the public to put questions to our senior staff.

To submit a question for a Council of Governors meeting or to request printed copies of the papers, please contact Julie Gaze at or by writing to our Governance Teams at: Trust Headquarters, 18 Mole Business Park, Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 7AD. Written questions must be submitted no later than 12pm on Thursday 26 August.


This meeting on 16th September will be held in person in the Martineau Room, Dorking Halls, Reigate Road, Dorking, RH4 1SG

The nearest stations are Dorking and Dorking Deepdene, and Dorking Halls are approx. a 10-20 minute walk from the station (click on link for directions )

The nearest car park is Reigate Road Car Park (behind Dorking Halls and the Leisure Centre) RH4 1SD. The next nearest car park (a few minutes’ walk away (behind Pizza Express) is Wathen Road Car Park - RH4 1YA. 
Other car parks are located in the following locations: St Martins Walk - RH4 1DX; Southside - RH4 1AE; West Street - RH4 1DG; Junction Road - RH4 1QL.

Please note: The car park opposite Dorking Halls (Pippbrook) is not available to the general public Monday-Friday (Saturday parking only) 

Car park charges apply Mon-Sat 8am-6pm - £1 per hour (up to 10 hours). All car parks in the area accept both RingGo and cash payments

Covid Safety

Guided by Heather Caudle, Chief Nurse and Director of Infection prevention and Control, we shall be following the rules for the venue, and not those for a healthcare setting:

1.    Twice weekly testing is recommended by the Government, and Rapid lateral flow testing is available for free. Please undertake a lateral flow test as per guidance and stay at home if it is positive. 
2.    If you develop Covid-19 symptoms, self-isolate and get a PCR test. Please DO NOT attend the meeting.
3.    The venue is encouraging people to wear masks when in the building (unless exempt). You don’t have to wear one when you are seated and definitely not when you are eating or drinking.  If you feel more comfortable wearing one when you are seated, that’s fine
4.    Keep a social distance from others (minimum 1 metre)
5.    Wash or sanitise your hands frequently. Hand sanitiser will be available at various locations around the building



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