Nick Skellett

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County council chairman invites Surrey’s mayors and chairmen to County Hall

You can download this image here.   Not in photo: Mark Francis, Mayor of Spelthorne Borough Council Joanne Potter, Mayor of Surrey Heath Borough Council Melanie Odell, Mayor of Haslemere Town Council   Caption: Chairman Sally Marks met with Surrey’s mayors and chairmen for the first time since pledging to promote businesses, champion the vital work of … Continue reading

VIDEO: New Chairman and Vice Chairman elected

Sally Marks has been elected the new Chairman of Surrey County Council following David Munro’s two years in post. Mrs Marks stepped up from her previous position as Vice Chairman with Nick Skellett now taking that role. The county councillor for Caterham Valley chaired Tuesday’s annual Full Council meeting and opened with her first speech … Continue reading

Statement from Nick Skellett on halting of hospital merger plans

Following the news that the merger between Ashford & St Peter’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Epsom Hospital has been halted, the Chairman of Surrey’s Health Scrutiny Committee Nick Skellett issued the following statement. Mr Skellett said : “Surrey’s Health Scrutiny Committee has today expressed great concern about the halting of the merger between Ashford & St … Continue reading

Living rooms turning into hospital wards to cut admissions

Living rooms are becoming hospital wards in a scheme that aims to cut admissions. The roll-out of the initiative – called the virtual hospital ward – is set out in a new report to Surrey County Council’s Health Scrutiny Committee. It features a team of specialists who provide hospital services in people’s own homes. Emergency … Continue reading

Skate park, outdoor gym and basketball court shortlisted for community fund cash

A skate park, an outdoor gym and a basketball court are among the projects that have been shortlisted for cash from Surrey County Council’s community fund. They are among the 17 bids from community groups that a panel of councillors has recommended should be the first to receive a share of the £750,000 pot of … Continue reading


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