Meetings and Events

Venues for events and meetings that are held in public are chosen for their accessibility. This includes facilities for people with disabilities, availability of public transport, and proximity to car parking.

View our calendar of events

Annual General Meeting

The CCG's sixth Annual General Meeting will take place on Thursday 1 August at the Town Hall, Saturday Market Place, King's Lynn.

Join us for a cup of tea or coffee from 9am when you will have an opportunity to meet members of the CCG and to visit information stands provided by some of our colleagues from local health, care and voluntary sector organisations. The AGM starts at 9.30am and will be followed at 11am by a meeting in public of the Governing Body.

The programme for the AGM can be found here.

Patient and Public Forum

Stakeholder events are held annually, giving members of the public an opportunity to find out more about forthcoming plans for local health services and to comment on, and contribute to, future service developments.

Two meetings, identical in content, took place Monday 11 March 2019, the first at 2pm and a second meeting at 6pm, at the King's Lynn Town Hall, Saturday Market Place, King's Lynn, PE30 5DQ.                  

View the agenda for the 2pm meeting

View the agenda for the 6pm meeting


Patient Access and Experience; a report commissioned by West Norfolk CCG from Community Action Norfolk

Delivering Primary Care Networks

To view a report of the meetings, including comments gathered from people who attended, please click on the image below.

Patient and Public Forum Report

Events held in public

The Governing Body and Primary Care Commissioning Committee are both committees of West Norfolk CCG. They are held in public to give local service users an opportunity to hear about the activities of the CCG, its policies, procedures, priorities and achievements. Fifteen minutes at the beginning of each meeting is reserved for questions from the public.

The Joint Strategic Commissioning Committee is a Norfolk and Waveney-wide committee that meets quarterly at venues across the region.

Speciality engagement

Community Engagement Forum is a meeting of professional, charitable and voluntary sector organisations which undertake health or social care related work. Any local organisation can apply to join the forum.

West Norfolk GP Members’ Forum provides training and engagement opportunities for local GPs.

Cancer and End-of-Life Care Symposium is an annual event for health and care professionals who treat or care for patients with cancer.