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Saluting our forces in Surrey

The men and women of the armed forces, past and present, were honoured today at a flag raising ceremony at County Hall, hosted by Surrey County Council Chairman Tony Samuels. The ceremony marks the start of Armed Forces Week when all across the country the Armed Forces Day flag is raised on buildings and famous … Continue reading

Plan ahead for Armed Forces Day

Tens of thousands of people are expected to flock to Guildford tomorrow for the Armed Forces Day national event. The annual commemoration, which recognises service men and women of the British Armed Forces, will see people from all over the country descend on the Surrey city. Surrey County Council Chairman Sally Marks and leader David … Continue reading

Flag raised to honour Armed Forces

Surrey County Council Chairman Sally Marks today hosted a flag-raising ceremony to honour the brave men and women of Britain’s armed forces past and present. The event at County Hall saw council staff, veterans, cadets, members of the Surrey Royal British Legion and a band from Woking’s Gordon’s School join together to show their support … Continue reading

Flag raised in Surrey for Armed Forces Day

The men and women of the armed forces, past and present, were honoured at a flag raising ceremony at County Hall, hosted by Surrey County Council Chairman David Munro. The event was just one of thousands expected to take place nationally in the lead up to Armed Forces Day this Saturday, 28 June, which recognises … Continue reading

Surrey holds ceremony to mark the start of Armed Forces Week

The Chairman of Surrey County Council Lavinia Sealy hosted a flag raising ceremony at County Hall in Kingston to mark the start of Armed Forces Week. The event saw council staff, veterans, cadets and a pipe band from Woking’s Gordon’s School joining together to show their support for the work of the military. Mrs Sealy … Continue reading

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