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Surrey Leader receives CBE from the Queen

Surrey County Council Leader David Hodge today received his CBE from Her Majesty The Queen. Following the investiture at Buckingham Palace, Mr Hodge said: “It was an unforgettable day, a fantastic experience for my family and recognition of the outstanding work of thousands of county council staff and voluntary workers across Surrey. “Collecting my CBE from the … Continue reading

Leader’s statement on the Queen’s Speech

Today’s Queen’s Speech was a shot in the arm for Surrey County Council according to leader David Hodge, who says the government’s vision matches his own in many ways. He said: “Last week the Surrey public gave us a vote of confidence for the work we’re doing and that was echoed when the government’s plans … Continue reading

Surrey helping to get Jubilee street parties started

Surrey’s leaders have vowed they will do all they can to help people throw street parties to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee. The council leaders’ pledge marks the anniversary of the Queen coming to the throne on 6 February 1952. Her coronation took place on 2 June 1953. Surrey County Council leader David Hodge said: … Continue reading

104 year-old to become Britain’s oldest new citizen

Detail: Surrey County Council hosted a citizenship ceremony for 104 year-old Taufeek Khanjar, who is believed to be the oldest person to become a new British citizen. Mr Khanjar is originally from Iraq and worked as a jewellery maker in Baghdad. He came to the UK six years ago to live with his daughter Nada … Continue reading

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