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The Lieutenancy of Hertfordshire

The Lieutenancy of Hertfordshire represents Her Majesty The Queen and supports the Royal Family in the county and in addition we are here to help and support the many organisations and people of Hertfordshire-connecting individuals, organisations—voluntary and commercial—and promoting a good atmosphere and spirit of co-operation throughout the county.

The Lord-Lieutenant’s mission statement is: To take the Lieutenancy to the people of Hertfordshire.

This site will inform and update you about how the Lieutenancy can support and help Hertfordshire’s residents and organisations, acting as a conduit to the Royal Family, the National Honours system, giving recognition to voluntary, businesses and charitable organisations as well as different religious and educational establishments. Hertfordshire is a vibrant, dynamic yet diverse county whose motto is: “Trust and Fear Not”.

Recent Events

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An afternoon with year 10 girls from @WatfordGirls visiting Greenbanks Care Home with @YopeyCharity. Girls, Residents and I had an enjoyable and rewarding time chatting to a number of residents some with #dementia. #Hertfordshire @DementiaUK

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It has been announced today that The Duchess of Cambridge will design a flower garden for The Royal Horticultural Chelsea Flower Show. Follow @KensingtonRoyal for more.

Thank you to Col. Jane McCue DL for representing the Lieutenancy at the service in #Hitchin honouring 2nd Lt. Frank Young who was awarded the VC on 1918. @DanHillHistory #Hertfordshire @BritishArmy

@UniofHerts @oaklandscollege have you heard about the #EntrepreneursChallenge launching at the #HertsShow? We're looking to find #Hertfordshire's next big idea and giving away fab prizes. We bet you know some people looking for their big break! More info - https://t.co/4K6KR8HsXG

This is simply dreadful. I hope the police are able to catch these wicked thieves. The school were so proud when HRH The Princess Royal visited in September. @RDAnational @RoyalFamily #disability #Hertfordshire

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