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Topping Out Ceremony at Frimley Park Hospital

Hospital chiefs and contractors took to the top of a new helicopter landing pad to mark a major milestone in the building of a £22m emergency department and day surgery.

Deepcut Public Meeting

Last Friday, Michael Gove MP attended the public meeting at Deepcut Village Centre to listen to residents’ concerns regarding the proposed redevelopment of the Princess Royal Barracks. Hundreds of concerned residents turned out to express their concerns to Michael and other members of the panel, which included Chas Bradfield, Deputy Chief Executive of Surrey Heath Borough Council and John Taylor, Estates Surveyor of the Defence Infrastructure Organisation.

Rt Hon Michael Gove MP launches new website

Thank you for your support at the last election. Because of you, David Cameron is the first Conservative Prime Minister in 13 years and the Government’s plans to build a strong economy and a big society are in full swing. Now, to help us communicate with you, we've launched this new local website.

Michael Gove attends CVQO awards for cadet instructors at Sandhurst

Michael Gove, MP for Surrey Heath, attended an event on Friday at the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst where volunteering cadet instructors were recognised and rewarded for their community based learning achievements by educational charity CVQO. Admiral the Right Honourable Lord West of Spithead presented over eighty leaders with Licentiateship, Graduateship and Membership Awards, along with a host of other qualifications.

Superfast Broadband for Surrey

Surrey Strategic Partnership are about to submit a bid for funding from Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK). BDUK are the Government’s delivery vehicle for helping to roll out Broadband across Britain. Surrey Strategic Partnership will be matching the funding they receive and their ambition is to provide universal infrastructure to rival the best in Europe by the end of 2013 across the County.

Made by Britain

'Made By Britain' has been developed as a collaboration between the Associate Parliamentary Manufacturing Group, and the 1851 Royal Commission: an organisation with a long and distinguished career in supporting British industry.