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Saturday, September 10, 2022

People can watch proclamation of new king at county hall tomorrow

* The late Queen Elizabeth II.

People from Llangollen have been invited to watch the official proclamation of the accession to the throne of King Charles III which takes place in front of Denbighshire County Hall in Ruthin tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon.

Today the main proclamation ceremony will be held at St James's Palace in London. 

Once the national reading has been complete the proclamation will then be read out in locations across the whole of the United Kingdom.  

The reading for the ceremonial County of Clwyd will take place 1pm on Sunday outside County Hall in Mold.   

It will be delivered by the High Sheriff of Clwyd who will be joined by the Lord Lieutenant and dignitaries from each of the four councils within the old boundaries of Clwyd. 

Open to the public, residents of Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham are welcome to attend to witness this historical moment. 

Following the reading of the Clwyd proclamation, local events to hear the reading will be held at 2.30pm at various locations including outside County Hall in Ruthin - at the front steps off Wynnstay Road - which Llangollen people are welcome to attend.

From Monday September 12, between the hours of 10.00 pm and 4.00 am during weekdays, a book of condolence will be available in the Chamber ante room at Llangollen Town Hall, off Parade Street, to allow those people who wish to pay a written tribute to Queen to do so. 

In addition to the condolence book, members of the public are free to leave comments and tributes on the Llangollen Remembers Facebook page which will be collated and added to the Town Council formal records. There is also a facility to leave messages on the Royal Family webpage

Members of public who wish to lay floral tributes can place them between two flagpoles on Centenary Square and the Town Council respectfully request the use of biodegradable coverings. These will be removed the day after the state funeral and will be composted and used in the planting of a tree in memory of Queen Elizabeth II.

You can send a message of condolence direct to the Royal Family on the Royal Famly website

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