Notice of Election – Council of Governors

April 12, 2022

An election will be held for five public vacancies on our Council of Governors.

There is one vacancy for a three-year term in each of the following constituencies:

  • Cotswold
  • Forest of Dean
  • Gloucester
  • Stroud
  • Tewkesbury

We also have one vacancy to fill as a Staff Governor in the Nursing constituency.

A nomination form to stand for election to these positions will be available from Wednesday 27 April 2022, and can be obtained from the Returning Officer by:


Phoning: 0208 889 9203


Texting: 2FT GC and your name and address to 88802

Writing to: Civica Election Services, The Election Centre, 33 Clarendon Road, London, N8 0NW

All nominations should be received by the returning officer Abi Walcott-Daniel by 5pm on Friday 13 May 2022.

Should any nominee wish to withdraw their nomination, they must put this in writing to the Retuning Officer by 5pm on Wednesday 18 May 2022. For all contested constituencies, voting will open on Monday 6 June and close at 5pm on Friday 24 June 2022.

The returning officer for these elections is Abi Walcott-Daniel at the address above.

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