Key messages – 21 March
Parsons Green tube bomber convicted of attempted murder – Ahmed Hassan has been convicted of attempted murder following the bomb attack at Parsons Green tube station last year. In a statement, the county council said it had been a “difficult case in tough circumstances” and that it had a duty to provide support to unaccompanied asylum-seeking children who arrive in Surrey and was also expected to work with law enforcement agencies and others to help stop people being drawn into terrorism.
Funding boost for veteran drop-in centres Armed forces veterans will be better supported thanks to a funding boost of almost £150,000 for drop-in centres around the South East
Mike Goodman visits Revive reuse shop – Mike Goodman, Surrey County Council’s Cabinet Member for Environment and Transport, visited a Revive reuse shop at Witley Community Recycling Centre – one of four now operating in Surrey


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Gritters left the depots across the county at about 4am to get another run in before the rush hour starts,roads will still be slippery so please follow @SurreyPolice advice & only drive if you have to & if you do drive safely



Gritters ready as snow forecast for the weekend



“We’re already championing Crossrail 2 to increase capacity on the South West Mainline and now we’re throwing our weight behind improving the overburdened rail line from Brighton”



The #Surrey Full Council meeting has got under way



Some of our recycling centres have Reuse Shops where you an pick up a bargain, stop waste going to landfill and help local charities



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