Request a visit from the Lord-Lieutenant
Celebrating achievements and events
One of the most rewarding parts of the role of Lord-Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire is being able to meet people and take part in celebrations of achievements and events across the county.
These events always bring out the best in people and help to create an environment where supporting others and striving to excel are a common goal.
The Lord-Lieutenant attends as many events, ceremonies, commemorations, and civic services as possible, and is personally committed to supporting the work of local charity organisations and the voluntary sector, alongside major community events.
Please always try to give as much notice as possible when requesting attendance from the Lord-Lieutenant as a huge number of invitations are submitted to the Lieutenancy and sadly, not all can be attended.
Elements to consider
If you wish to request the attendance of the Lord-Lieutenant at an event or ceremony that you are organising, please provide as much information about the event as possible, including:
Date and time
What will take place at the event
The reason for the event/visit
If there are any duties you would like the Lord-Lieutenant to carry out
Background information about the organisation.
In the spirit of the office, it is important that certain protocols are upheld during a visit from the Lord-Lieutenant, so please do take the time to ensure these are respected.