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National spotlight on Surrey’s approach to social care

The Guardian today featured Surrey County Council’s efforts to put residents at the heart of decision-making. Strategic Director for Adult Social Care Sarah Mitchell outlined how older people have been heavily involved in shaping the services they use. For the full story, click here.

Chief Executive featured in Guardian

Surrey County Council’s Chief Executive David McNulty was featured by the Guardian today as part of its Democracy Week coverage. Follow this link for the full story.

Surrey takes part in national discussion on helping older people

Surrey County Council’s Strategic Director for Adult Social Care Sarah Mitchell has taken part in a national debate organised by the Guardian focusing on helping older people as the country’s population ages. As part of the online session, she highlighted Surrey’s work to get people involved in shaping their support, sharing premises with boroughs and districts to … Continue reading

Guardian interview on improving health

Surrey County Council’s progress as it prepares to take responsibility for improving public health and wellbeing featured in a Guardian story today. Cabinet Member for Adult Social Care and Health Michael Gosling and Strategic Director for Adult Social Care Sarah Mitchell were interviewed about preparations ahead of next April’s transfer of public health from the NHS.

Leader takes part in Guardian debate on apprenticeships

Leader David Hodge today set out Surrey County Council’s commitment to apprenticeships in a national debate organised by the Guardian. He emphasised that the authority aims to ensure apprentices are hired as part of any major new contract.

Guardian interview on making the most from property

Surrey County Council cabinet member Tony Samuels was among leading local government figures to set out how public services can make the most of their properties. In an interview with the Guardian, the Cabinet Member for Assets and Regeneration Programmes emphasised that taking a ‘one team’ approach by working with other councils leads to better … Continue reading


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