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
Community Covenant Fund
For information about deadlines, and to read the guidance on the Community Covenant Grant Scheme visit Gov.uk applying to the Covenant Fund
- Ben's Place
- East Surrey Armed Forces and Veterans Breakfast Club
- Mental Health First Aid Armed Forces (MHFA)
Military Task Force Commanders/Armed Forces Champions Event
On December 1st 2016, the Chairman of the Council, Councillor Pat Cannon, in his role as Armed Forces Champion represented the Council at an Armed Forces seminar.
The event took place at Travers Barracks, Aldershot Garrison and was hosted by 27 Regt RLC. The seminar looked at key actions that would be taken by local authorities and the Army over the coming six months.