18th May 2020

How are Royal Visits arranged?

Royal Visits are generally proposed by the Lord-Lieutenant to the Household of individual members of the Royal Family. Once a visit is agreed, he is responsible for making all the arrangements for the visit. On his behalf, the Deputy Clerk to the Lieutenancy manages the planning arrangements involved with the Royal Household, the host organisation and Surrey Police to ensure the visit successfully meets its objectives and is enjoyed by everyone involved.

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