Welcome to the website of The Surrey Lieutenancy
Here you can find information and updates on the role and activities of the Lord-Lieutenant of Surrey, Michael More-Molyneux, and the ways in which the Lieutenancy supports and impacts on the life, business and communities of our county.
Latest News & Covid-19
Wednesday 8th July 2020
The Countess of Wessex joins fellow WI Members for a catch-up at local Surrey pub
The Countess of Wessex today joined fellow members of the Bagshot Women’s Institute for a catch-up at the Half Moon pub in Windlesham, Surrey, which re-opened at the weekend.View More
“Rising To The Challenge,” Lord – Lieutenant pays tribute to heroic NHS In 72nd birthday tribute.
“Today we celebrate 72 years of our National Health Service. In what has been its most difficult period in history […]View More
HRH The Earl of Wessex visits Brookwood Cemetery
This week (Wednesday 1 July), The Earl of Wessex visited Brookwood Cemetery to learn about the work of the Surrey Local Resilience Forum Death Management Team and thank cemetery staff who have worked through the COVID-19 outbreak.View More
Cathedral shines red, white and blue for armed forces day
Armed Forces Day is a chance for all of us to show our support for the men and women who make up the Armed Forces community: from currently serving troops to Service families, veterans and cadets.View More
HRH The Earl of Wessex Discusses Covid-19 Measures At Guildford Crown Court
HRH The Earl of Wessex paid a visit to Guildford Crown Court on Friday 26thJune to see how the staff and judges have kept the court operating through Covid-19 and the recovery measures put in place to enable the court to resume jury trials.View More
Lord Lieutenant Supports The Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment Mobile Testing Unit
The Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment was joined by the Lord- Lieutenant Michael More-Molyneux at a Mobile Testing Unit in Camberley on 26th June.View More
Local Air Ambulance Flying High With Outstanding Service
Through careful planning Air Ambulance Kent Surrey Sussex (KSS) has maintained a full service throughout the Coronavirus crisis, responding to the sickest or most critically injured within the region.View More
Surrey leads the way with new domestic abuse refuge
A new and much- needed safe refuge for 18 families – women and children who are the victims of domestic abuse – opened at a location in Surrey on 15th June. The local charity, Reigate and Banstead Women’s Aid, was alarmed at the massive surge in demand for domestic abuse support during Lockdown …View More
Community Foundation for Surrey makes grants to those in serious need
Charities and community groups supporting some of the most vulnerable and isolated across Surrey during the Covid-19 crisis are gearing up for a huge increase in demand during late June and July.View More
Flag raising ceremony to mark Armed Forces Week 2020
A flag raising ceremony took place on 22nd June at 10.30am outside Guildford Cathedral to mark the start of Armed Forces Week.View More
Covid-19: Community response
COVID-19 is a grave challenge facing people around the world, within our country and here in our own county, Surrey.
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Royal Visits and Events
The Queen and other members of the Royal Family make almost 3,000 visits across the United Kingdom each year. In Surrey, as in other counties, official functions are often included in these visits.
Honours and Awards
Sunday 8th July 2018
Volunteers of BERT receive a Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service at Brockham Green
The volunteers of the Brockham Emergency Response Team (BERT) were one of nine Surrey groups to receive the Award.View More