Surrey County Council has announced its proposed council tax increase for next year.
The inquest into the death of Private Sean Benton will begin at 2pm on Wednesday 24 January. Pte Benton died at Princess Royal Barracks, Deepcut, Surrey in June 1995. The High Court ruled in October 2016 that the inquest into his death held in July 1995 should be quashed and a fresh inquest ordered. The … Continue reading
Farm Project recognised for helping young people A Surrey County Council project where disadvantaged young people get hands-on work experience with animals and farming has been named as one of the best in the country at the Children and Young People Now Awards. The Farm Project, in Outwood, Tandridge, provides a relaxed atmosphere to help … Continue reading
Here are the latest pictures of the county council’s scheme to widen and resurface Runnymede roundabout, which aims to reduce congestion at one of Surrey’s worst traffic blackspots. Colin Kemp, Surrey County Council’s Cabinet Member for Highways, said: “Good roads help businesses grow and residents go about daily life.” More information about the project can … Continue reading
The county council has launched a training course for frontline public services staff across Surrey to help meet the needs of military personnel and veterans. The online course explains how the council and many other public bodies are committed through the Armed Forces Covenant to ensuring servicemen and women, as well as reservists and veterans, … Continue reading
Tina Thorburn, from the county council’s highways team, gives her first update of the year on work taking place on Surrey’s roads. All work being done can be found by using a map on the council’s website.
An out of hours mental health support service for 11-18 year olds in Surrey has been honoured at the first ever Children and Young People’s Mental Health (CYPMH) Positive Practice Awards. The Extended Hope service provides out of hours telephone support seven days per week for young people experiencing an emotional or mental health crisis, … Continue reading
Surrey County Council’s Ben Byrne has been made a member of the Youth Justice Board for England and Wales. Mr Byrne is the county council’s Head of Early Help and Family Services having previously been Head of Youth Justice and Youth Support. More information can be found in a media release from the Ministry of Justice.