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An update on COVID-19 cases in Surrey

Monday 5th October 2020 Data is showing an increase in COVID-19 case numbers in some areas of Surrey and residents should remain vigilant to slow any spread of the virus.  As part of the Local Outbreak Control Plan for Surrey we made a commitment to be open and transparent about our response to COVID-19. Therefore, … Continue reading

Spelthorne comes off government watchlist

Thursday 1st October 2020 The government has announced today that due to a fall in coronavirus infections, Spelthorne Borough has been take off the national Covid-19 watchlist and is no longer an ‘area of concern’. Data shows that the infection rate in Spelthorne has come down to 25 people per 100,000 compared to 53.4 per … Continue reading

Surrey’s virtual wellbeing and mental health interactive hub brings people together

The online wellbeing hub which enables Surrey residents to access a range of mental health and emotional wellbeing sessions virtually from the comfort of their own home has run more than 650 sessions since its launch in May. Surrey Virtual Wellbeing is a one-stop-shop where those who require mental health or emotional wellbeing support can … Continue reading

An update on COVID-19 cases in Surrey

Friday 25th September Data is showing some rises in COVID-19 case numbers in some areas of Surrey and residents should remain vigilant to slow any spread of the virus. We are confirming today that we have now seen a small rise in cases in Runnymede Borough. Surrey County Council and the Local Resilience Forum partners have committed to … Continue reading

NHS COVID-19 App Launches

New app will help fight the spread of coronavirus in Surrey Thursday 24th September 2020 – The NHS Covid-19 app is now available to download for anyone over the age of 16 in England and Wales. With multiple functions and using privacy protected technology, the app is the fastest way to see if you are … Continue reading

An update on COVID-19 cases in Surrey

Thursday 10th September 2020 Data is showing some rises in COVID-19 case numbers in some areas of Surrey and residents should remain vigilant to slow any spread of the virus. We are confirming today that we have now seen a small rise in cases in areas of Spelthorne – Staines, Ashford and Stanwell. Surrey County … Continue reading

An update on COVID-19 cases in Surrey

Thursday 3rd September 2020 Data is showing some rises in COVID-19 case numbers in areas of Surrey and residents should remain vigilant to slow any spread of the virus. As part of the Local Outbreak Control Plan for Surrey we made a commitment to be open and transparent about our response to COVID-19. Therefore, it … Continue reading

Surrey Students Getting Back to School Safely

Schools and colleges in Surrey are due to welcome all pupils back through their doors for the start of the school year this week. Schools and colleges have been building on measures they introduced before the summer break to accommodate all year groups back into class. Surrey County Council has been working with schools and … Continue reading

An update on COVID-19 cases in Surrey

Tuesday 18th August 2020 Data is showing some rises in COVID-19 case numbers in areas of Surrey and residents should remain vigilant to slow any spread of the virus. As part of the Local Outbreak Control Plan for Surrey we made a commitment to be open and transparent about our response to COVID-19. Therefore, it … Continue reading

Surrey students receive A-level and BTEC results

Students across Surrey find out their A-level and BTEC results today, after a nerve-wracking wait. With exams unable to be held this year due to Covid-19, students have faced even greater uncertainty. We pay tribute to all students who have put in so much hard work, along with their teachers and schools. Many students have … Continue reading

Covid-19 and Surrey Fire and Rescue Service.

We do not recognise the claims that have been made by the Fire Brigades Union (FBU). To be clear, this is not an outbreak. One operational firefighter tested positive for Covid-19 on 25 July 2020. As a result, Test and Trace protocols have been implemented by Surrey Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS). All of the … Continue reading

Food distribution hub moves to Bookham

It was a meeting of young and old, and a coming together of several strands of Surrey’s communities yesterday at Bookham youth centre where Surrey’s food distribution hub, will be now be housed. Paul Woodhouse Unit leader for Runnymede was the first to arrive to open the doors to the vacant youth centre to welcome … Continue reading

Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 2022 decision to be made in October

Following the consultation with residents which took place earlier this year, a cabinet decision has yet to be made on the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey cycling event continuing to pass through Surrey beyond 2021. This was due to be reviewed at April Cabinet but due to the Coronavirus crisis, the RideLondon-Surrey Cabinet decision was postponed, as other … Continue reading

More of Surrey’s libraries due to reopen

More of Surrey’s libraries are set to reopen some of their services from early August. From 3 August, a further 12 libraries will start offering a click and collect door service allowing customers to return their items and collect Ready Reads and reserved books. These libraries are Ash, Banstead, Bookham, Caterham Hill, Chertsey, Dittons, Ewell, … Continue reading

£19million fund for Surrey care sector to help tackle coronavirus

More than £19milion is being shared out between Surrey care homes and providers to help keep coronavirus at bay. Surrey County Council has been allocated £19.2million from the Government’s £600million Infection Control Fund which is ring-fenced to help social care halt the spread of Covid-19. Three-quarters of the grant – more than £14million – is … Continue reading

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