Enquiries, etiquette and protocol
This information is provided to assist those who are planning an event to which the Lord-Lieutenant has been (or is to be) invited, and who wish to know how to contact the Lord-Lieutenant or staff, and some guidance on etiquette.
To whom should I address general enquiries?
Lord Lieutenant’s Officer
c/o Lincolnshire County Council
Lincoln LN1 1YL
Telephone: (01522) 553787 (M) 07920 765654
Enquiries may also be sent via e-mail to: email@example.com
In the event of being unable to make contact through the above, please leave a message with Rachel Wallis in the Civic Office at Lincolnshire County Council (Tel: 01522 552111) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Clerk to the Lieutenancy is Tony McArdle TD BA Hons.
Can I write to the Lord-Lieutenant myself?
The Lord-Lieutenant may be contacted through the Lord-Lieutenant’s Officer or by writing to:
Mr. Tony Worth
HM Lord-Lieutenant of Lincolnshire
Old White House
What is the correct form of address for the Lord-Lieutenant?
Written: Mr. Tony Worth HM Lord-Lieutenant of Lincolnshire
Salutation: “Dear Lord-Lieutenant”
In a Speech: in the preamble the Lord-Lieutenant is referred to as “My Lord-Lieutenant”
Conversation: Mr. Tony Worth or “Lord-Lieutenant”
Issues relating to protocol and precedence can be clarified by contacting the Lord-Lieutenant’s Officer.