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Cycling Festival - Expecting 35,000 Cyclists
Boris Johnson’s cycle revolution will make its way to Surrey next year for a festival that is expected to bring up to 35,000 cyclists to the county. The Mayor of London outlined plans for London and Surrey to host the ambitious event in a speech to business leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Oldest Full-Time Firefighter To Carry Olympic Flame - SCC
The UK’s oldest full-time firefighter has been selected to carry the Olympic torch.
Surrey Fire and Rescue Service’s Malcolm Styles will go against his training and keep the flame burning as he carries the torch on 17 July in Felbridge.
Public Health Staff Move To Council - Surrey County Council
NHS staff have moved to Surrey County Council a year before the authority officially takes responsibility for public health. Sixty-five members of the public health team have transferred to council offices across the county. Surrey's public health transfer is among the first wave taking place nationally as part of a reorganisation of the NHS.
Judge Revokes Libraries Decision - Surrey County Council
Surrey's plans for community libraries will go back to the county council's Cabinet after a judge this week revoked a decision taken last year. Earlier this month, Mr Justice Wilkie upheld a technical challenge over a decision to create 10 community-run libraries staffed by volunteers, although he did not criticise the policy itself.
Cash For Projects - More than 80 community groups have bid
More than 80 community groups have bid for a share of a £750,000 pot of cash for projects.
Surrey County Council Leader David Hodge launched the fund to help residents improve local areas.
More Convenient Service - Driving Standards Agency
Driving test candidates across the country are set to benefit from a more convenient service as the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) extends a trial exploring a new approach to test delivery.
New Information To help Improve Patient Outcomes - Department of Health
New information that will help put the NHS on the side of patients and improve results for patients.
As part of the Government’s drive to improve results for patients, new detailed information on 20 of the 30 NHS Outcomes Framework indicators, which measure the care patients receive, has been published by the NHS Information Centre.
Secondary School Places - Online admissions
Raising £20,000 For Crimestoppers Charity - Surrey Police Lions to run the London Marathon
Tuition Fee Challenge Fails - BIS
Hindhead Tunnel - New start for village as local roadworks complete
Bag It, Bin It - Help toreduce roadside litter
Help With Winter Bills - Surrey wins 264,000 pounds
Two Weeks Left To Help Shape Bus Routes - County Council
Funding Secures Free Football Sessions - Surrey Heath Borough Council
Appeal For Scrap Cars - Surrey Fire and Rescue Service
Cabbies To Get The Olympic Knowledge - Surrey County Council
Surrey School Closures - Live updates
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