Arranging a visit by a DL

The Deputy Lieutenant is looking forward to the event and is most grateful for all of your preparations.  The following will be very helpful in preparation.  Please familiarise yourself with the Protocol before completion.

Please be reminded that a Deputy Lieutenant is The King’s representative and as such, must be hosted appropriately. 

Deputy Lieutenant Protocol Sheet

Details

Start time of event
End time of event (estimated)
(Deputies wear a badge of office)
Correspondence Address
Correspondence Address
City
County
Post code

Arrangements

Location of event
Location of event
City
County
Post code
Will there be a named parking space close to the venue?
(to include other civic or church leaders, or leaders of other organisations)
Please include an order of events/schedule for the day, including timings. Note: If there is a procession of dignitaries, the Deputy Lieutenant should enter last and should leave first.
Is the Deputy Lieutenant required to give a talk/speech?
(if so, speech points/guidance need to be provided) In any speech of welcome, the Lord-Lieutenant’s presence should be acknowledged.
If a wreath is to be laid will this be provided?
Please provide a further, fuller briefing of the event if necessary and send any recent information that might be relevant.

If you have any queries, need advice or require further information please do not hesitate to contact:
The The Lieutenancy Office via the contact form.

Please could we kindly ask that any photos of the event that you are happy to share are sent to Melinda Raker ols@croxtonpark.co.uk