AGM and Social
UNISONs East of England Ambulance Branch AGM is taking place on 8th March
We choose a different county each year and this year it’s Norfolk’s turn. 
We’ve booked the AGM at Dunston Hall, Ipswich Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR14 8PQ.
Please arrive anytime after 15:00 for tea and coffee, with the AGM commencing promptly at 15:30.
Following the AGM, they’ll be a buffet and music from the fabulous North and South (a local ambulance band). They’ll also be a bar available after the AGM if you wish to purchase any drinks. 
The AGM and social event is free to attend but there's a collection to support a local charity Finnbars Force: Any support you can offer would be greatly appreciated. 
You can read the proposed Branch rules here:
The full AGM pack will be released 14 days before the AGM ( with hard copies available on the night. 
We hope to see you soon,
Best wishes on behalf of the Branch Committee,
Fraer Stevenson
UNISON Branch Secretary
East of England Ambulance Branch 20106 

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Branch officer elections


Each year all Branch officers roles are re-elected by the membership.


The election period for Branch Officers opens on 14th December 2017 and closes at 23:59 on 18th January 2018.


The AGM date has been set for 8th March 2018 and in keeping with the rotation between counties, it will be held in Norfolk. Venue and time to be confirmed. 


You can download a nominzation form here:


We are pleased to confirm that following extensive partnership work supported by ACAS, UNISON and the Trust have agreed a new trade union recognition agreement which you can read here.

There are a range of supporting documents yet to be developed as appendices to the agreement.  Further meeting dates have been agreed in the New Year facilitated by ACAS to jointly develop these documents to further support positive partnership working.  These include trade union facilities, consultation and negotiation framework and a disputes resolution procedure.


Recognition Agreement

Trade Union organised workplaces are the safest and most secure, the best employer’s recognise the value in workers having an independent voice, and a well organised union helps to improve performance by holding managers to account, scrutinising decisions and bringing forward ideas from the front line. Good employers have