Former gurdwara official named Deputy Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire


A former president of a gurdwara in Peterborough has been named a Deputy Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire.

Jaspal Singh, who has been involved in community and voluntary work in the city since the 1980s, was appointed as a deputy by Lord Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire, Julie Spence, to help with her work in the city, reports Peterborough Today.

Miranda Rock, a governor at the Stamford Endowed Schools and house director of Burghley House Preservation Trust Ltd, has been appointed as a deputy lieutenant for North West Cambridgeshire.

The title Lord Lieutenant is given to the British monarch’s personal representative in the counties of the United Kingdom. The Lord Lieutenant is supported by a Vice Lord Lieutenant and Deputy Lieutenants which he or she appoints.


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