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Welcome to the Surrey Lieutenancy. This website seeks to inform and update you on the role of our Lord-Lieutenant, Mrs Sarah Goad JP, and the far-reaching ways in which the Lieutenancy supports and impacts on the life  of this county.

Police Passing Out Parade
Forty-seven serving police officers celebrated reaching their Independent Patrol Status at a Passing Out Parade at Loseley House on 16 August 2018 . Chief Constable Ephgrave and Assistant Chief Constable Burton attended the parade, together with the Lord-Lieutenant and Mrs Sarah More-Molyneux... More

Queen’s Award for BERT
The volunteers of the Brockham Emergency Response Team (BERT) were one of nine Surrey groups to receive the coveted Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service in 2018. On 8 July 2018, BERT Trustees and volunteers gathered on Brockham Green with invited guests to celebrate the presentation of the Queen’s Award to BERT Chairman, Bob Thomas by HM Lord-Lieutenant of Surrey... More

The Earl of Wessex meets Surrey groups
Three Surrey-based organisations showcased their work to The Earl of Wessex on one action-packed day in June. At Box Hill School in Mickleham, His Royal Highness met students engaged in the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award scheme. The school has been a DofE testing centre for over 50 years...
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Celebrating 60 years of the Surrey Hills AONB
The Surrey Hills was designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) 60 years ago, on 8th May 1958, and celebrated with a reception, sponsored by the Kier Group, in the State Rooms at Speaker’s House, House of Commons. Distinguished guests included Lord Gardiner of Kimble, Minister for Rural Affairs; Michael More-Molyneux, the Lord Lieutenant of Surrey; and Peter Martin, Chairman of Surrey County Council...
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