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ROUND UP: Minister opens new dementia centre; Stay safe online; New Deputy Lieutenants appointed

Minister opens new dementia centre Secretary of State for Justice Michael Gove cut the ribbon at a new centre in Surrey to help people with dementia. Surrey Heath’s MP opened the Windle Valley Day Centre in Bagshot, which will provide support and advice for those with the condition and carers. It is the ninth centre … Continue reading

New Chairman and Vice Chairman take over at Surrey County Council

David Munro has replaced Lavinia Sealy as the Chairman of Surrey County Council. Mr Munro stepped up from his previous position as Vice Chairman, with Sally Marks taking his place in that role. The county councillor for Farnham South took the chair at today’s (21 May 2013) meeting of the Full Council and in his … Continue reading

Princess Alexandra visits County Hall

Surrey County Council Chairman Lavinia Sealy greeted Princess Alexandra when she visited County Hall to attend a citizenship ceremony. The royal guest saw the new citizens swear an oath of allegiance to the Queen. Her visit was arranged as part of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations.

Chinese education officials visit Surrey

A party from China has visited Surrey County Council to strengthen education links. Led by the Vice-President of Putuo Teachers’ College Mr Qu Zhijun, the 20-strong party from the district of Shanghai met council and school counterparts, including Chairman Lavinia Sealy, Cabinet Member for Children and Learning Linda Kemeny and Cabinet Member for Children and Families … Continue reading

The Queen launches the nation’s celebrations for the Diamond Jubilee

The Queen chose Surrey to launch her Diamond Jubilee celebrations, she was welcomed to the Epsom Derby by The Lord-Lieutenant of Surrey Dame Sarah Goad and the Chairman of Surrey County Council Lavinia Sealy, where she officially kicked off the worldwide celebrations. Elsewhere in Surrey hundreds of thousands of people held street parties and special … Continue reading

Surrey school children perform at Royal Albert Hall

More than 1,500 Surrey school children performed before royalty this week (29 May) at one of the world’s most famous concert venues. The children took to the stage at the Royal Albert Hall in front of a sold out crowd that included the Earl and Countess of Wessex. The concert, organised by Surrey County Council, … Continue reading

County council signs pledge to support armed forces

A plan to transform a piece of military land into a community recreation facility was unveiled as Surrey County Council signed a pledge to support the armed forces. The idea was put forward as the county council’s chairman Lavinia Sealy and Brigadier Simon Wolsey, Commanding Officer for 2 Brigade (South East), signed the Surrey Community … Continue reading

County council pledges support for armed forces

Surrey County Council is to make a “public promise of support” to serving soldiers, sailors, air force personnel and veterans. The county council is drawing up an accord – called the Surrey Community Covenant – to help improve the lives of serving and former members of the armed forces, reservists and cadet groups.* It is … Continue reading

Mark Cavendish backs P&G Surrey School Games

World cycling champion Mark Cavendish reckons this year’s P&G Surrey School Games is going to be the best yet. The Olympic gold medal hopeful has given his backing to the programme, organised by Surrey County Council, to get more young people involved in sport and cultural activities in the lead up to the 2012 Games. … Continue reading

County Council supports Eagle Christmas Toy Appeal

Surrey County Council’s Chairman, Mrs Lavinia Sealy, has presented Eagle Radio with a cheque for £300 to put towards the station’s Christmas Toy Appeal. The money will go towards ensuring less fortunate children across the county have a present to unwrap on Christmas Day. More than 2,500 toys for the appeal have also been collected … Continue reading

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