Messages – 10 January 2018
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Surrey town shows how reform can help treat ailing NHS Nurses, family doctors, social workers and mental health staff in Surrey have worked together to treat patients before they deteriorate to the point of needing a hospital admission. Financial Times
Ben Byrne appointed to national youth justice role Surrey County Council’s Ben Byrne has been made a member of the Youth Justice Board for England and Wales. gov.uk
Number of child asylum seekers in Surrey County Council’s care doubles Clare Curran, cabinet member for children and families, said the number of children seeking asylum in Surrey is now at around 130. GetSurrey

 

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Family Service Manager Anthony Durno gives an update on the impact of the #Lakers Youth Centre fire in #Woking and thanks the community & other groups for offering their support. pic.twitter.com/RlBmjosKmG

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Check out the work taking place on #Surrey roads this week by borough and district bit.ly/2hP3rsH pic.twitter.com/LOpj2Fm7Mt

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Here’s the latest on the work taking place in Epsom to reduce #congestion and improve the town centre’s appearance bit.ly/2CQkibs pic.twitter.com/6kueZQY7m9

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Surrey County Council’s Ben Byrne is one of a “talented group of people” to be appointed as members of national body @_YJB. Find out more bit.ly/2m6ERW7 pic.twitter.com/IROobCty7C

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VIDEO: Surrey’s Ben Byrne appointed to @_YJB role news.surreycc.gov.uk/2018/01/09/vid…

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