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Storm Eunice

Surrey County Council has just issued the following update on their services.

Storm Eunice is forecast to cause significant disruption and dangerous conditions due to extremely strong winds today. Surrey’s Local Resilience forum have been meeting this week in anticipation, bringing together partners from councils, emergency services, NHS, transport providers and utility companies.

We are encouraging residents to stay at home and avoid travel if at all possible, and if required to travel with extreme caution.

  • The majority of Surrey County Council services are running and open as usual, with extra crews made available on our highways ready to clear any fallen debris alongside tree surgeons. Residents can report here.

  • For any electricity related incident, people should call 105 and should not approach or touch any fallen power lines - keep well away.

  • Registrars are continuing to work, with registry offices and the majority of libraries open. Public buildings are available for refuge and shelter if residents find themselves out during the worst of the weather.

  • Frontline social care staff are still working to visit and support our most vulnerable residents, doing so safely and assessing risk on a case by case basis.

  • All COVID testing and vaccination sites are closed today.

  • The vast majority of Surrey Schools are currently on half term, and advice has been issued to early years settings – residents should check with their provider.

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