LSHP are delighted to be working with Cheshire and Merseyside Health and Care Partnership to support them to deliver their sustainability agenda. This is an extremely important agenda, focusing on how we can commit to living and working in a more sustainable way that supports the longevity of the planet and the welfare of everyone that lives on it.

Through the Cheshire and Merseyside Sustainability Group and the wider STP partners, we are aiming to lead the way in this field and are extremely proud and excited to be involved in project that will make a huge difference both locally to C&M but also nationally as we set the pace that others will follow.

Dave Sweeney Exec Director of Partnerships for Cheshire and Merseyside commented:

"We are delighted to harness this expertise and its all hands on deck for the critical area of work. This is not just about the NHS this about our children’s futures and the planet we live on."


Congratulations to Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust who have been nominated for a 2021 Design in Mental Health Award for service user engagement at the superb new Hartley Hospital in Southport. Liverpool and Sefton Health Partnership were appointed as developer for the project.

This short video looks back at how the partnership engaged with the community on the project:

The awards will be held in August, further details:

#mentalhealth #serviceuserengagement #partnershipworking

1 view

LSHP Foundation was founded in summer 2019. The foundation concentrated on direct donations but also worked with the Heart of England Community Foundation and the Community Foundation for Merseyside. Initially starting at £15,000, the fund aims to support projects focusing on health, education, empowerment, and the raising of skills and aspirations of young people within the LSHP geographical boundaries. The attached report provides a flavour of projects funded over the past year.

LSHP Foundation Annual report _ final_v2
Download • 7.52MB