This week Healthwatch Milton Keynes was invited to a development workshop about the new Whitehouse Premises in the Western expansion area of MK, which will include a new medical centre. Community space will be available on site and we suggested that local health and care leaders invite the public to have a say about what they would like to see available for them at the centre, and how the new premises can support their vision for their community. We are currently waiting for more information about how this public engagement will develop. I would like to welcome Sheila Thornton, who has become the new independent Chair for the Mental Health Partnership Board. On Wednesday we held the second Mental Health Partnership Board since we took over its facilitation. At the meeting we were joined by Michael Farrington, BLMK STP Mental Health Improvement Manager, who gave an interesting presentation on the key priorities for this year. If anybody would like access to the PowerPoint presentation, please let us know. We are still recruiting for an independent Chair for the Dementia Partnership Board. If you are interested in this role and would like to know more, please contact us for more information. Yesterday I met Vanessa, Attain project Manager for Transitions UK, a charity working with disadvantaged young people aged 15-25, to support a positive transition to a happier, more inclusive and more productive life as young adults. It was particularly encouraging to hear about the support that Transitions UK are offering young people in Milton Keynes who are leaving care. We had fruitful discussions about how Healthwatch Milton Keynes can link with young people who are leaving care and learn more about the health and social care issues that they face as they transition towards independence. We look forward to working with Transitions UK in the future as we develop our relationships with young people in Milton Keynes.