Monthly Archives: August 2011

Wings & Wheels 2011 – Day 1 (Photo blog) (via Surrey Heath Residents Blog)

It is hard to imagine that the organisers of Wings & Wheels could pull off a better show than last year but they did. The show was incredible. I took over 200 photos on my blackberry which resulted in draining two batteries. … Continue reading

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Egham Royal Show 2011 – Photo blog

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The Surrey LINk

With many thanks to Louise Gregory Are you interested in getting involved with health and social care issues? The Surrey LINk is your opportunity to influence health and social care decisions in your commmunity. Taking part can help to close … Continue reading

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Egham Royal Show 2011 – 27th & 28th August

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Cancer care project is extended

By Chris Caulfield August 24, 2011 Get Surrey CARE delivered by a Surrey charity for cancer patients coming towards the end of their life is set to nearly double. The scheme will be launched in October and will run until … Continue reading

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Surrey Police leading the way with community engagement – Launch of mobile phone app (via Surrey Heath Residents Blog)

This morning I attended the launch of a fantastic new mobile phone application that has been developed by @Multizone in close consultation with Surrey Police. Following a successful trial by police staff and officers in Runnymede , the app is now availabl … Continue reading

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Policing in your Pocket:

SURREY Police notches up a UK – if not world – first today with the launch of a trailblazing mobile phone application enabling users to engage with their local neighbourhood teams. The interactive smartphone app Surrey Police Beat allows people to see … Continue reading

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