February 3, 2009
A fifty strong team of soldiers from the 25 Regiment at Deepcut have spent the whole of Tuesday 3rd February helping to clear snow in the car parks at the Royal Surrey County Hospital.
The priority was to clear the visitor car parks to allow people in to see patients. The volunteers were joined by a gritter and plough from Surrey County Council to enable access to the car parks as soon as possible. The soldiers began working to clear the snow drifts at 10am this morning and have continued on throughout the day. Many of the young volunteers were Commonwealth soldiers who had never seen snow before.
The Royal Surrey has been running some clinics throughout Tuesday afternoon and Ambulance access to A & E has not been disrupted by the snow at all throughout Tuesday. All hospital services will be running as normal on Wednesday 4th February.
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