Armed Forces Covenant
Armed Forces Community Covenant is a promise from the nation that those who serve or have served in the armed forces, and their families, are treated fairly.
The government is committed to supporting the armed forces community by working with a range of partners who have signed the covenant. The covenant is a national responsibility involving government, businesses, local authorities, charities and the public.
A full list of armed forces covenant policy and guidance documents are available
- Children's Education Advisory Service
- Service children in state schools (SCISS) handbook
- The Service Pupil Premium (SPP)
- Service Children's Education
Housing and accommodation
- Service family accommodation (SFA)
- Civilian housing advice for service personnel and families
- Housing Matters magazine: index
- Joint Service Housing Advice Office (JSHAO)
- Forces Help to Buy: help to get on the property ladder
- Applying for housing in Tandridge
Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association
Armed Forces Event - Laying up of the Whyteleafe Standard
On Sunday 8 May the Chairman of the Council, Councillor Pat Cannon, represented the Council at an Armed Forces event, the laying of the Whyteleafe Standard. The Flag was presented to the church for safe keeping.
The event took place at St Luke's Church, Whyteleafe and was followed by a reception at the British Legion, Caterham on the Hill.
Representatives from the 4th Armoured Medical Regiment were in attendance.