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Surrey set to get new complex for people with severe learning disabilities

Surrey set to get new complex for people with severe learning disabilities

A new complex for people with severe learning disabilities is set to be built after Surrey County Council signed off plans to buy a former farm. The Cabinet today gave the go-ahead to purchase the property at Alford, near Cranleigh, to convert it into accommodation for up to 10 young adults. It comes after the … Continue reading

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Surrey County Council Chairman Sally Marks has opened a new Coroner's Court complex in Woking.

Chief Coroner of England and Wales, His Honour Judge Peter Thornton QC and Her Majesty's Senior Coroner for Surrey, Richard Travers,

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