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Monday, September 12, 2022

Mayor first to sign town's book of condolence for late Queen

* The Mayor, Cllr Paul Keddie, signs the book of condolence.

A book of condolence for Queen Elizabeth II has been opened to the public at Llangollen Town Hall.

The book is available for members of the public to visit and write messages of condolence regarding the Queen and their memories of her reign. 

Earlier today, the Town Mayor, Cllr Paul Keddie, signed the book and on behalf of the residents of Llangollen and offered heartfelt support to our new King Charles III. 

The Town Clerk who was also present said: “I think you can sense a feeling of sadness throughout the town, and the book being here gives people an opportunity to show how they feel and take a bit of time out of their day to pay respects in some small way.”

The book will be open and available for members of the public to sign between 10am and 4pm for the next week, until Friday 16 September and is accessed off Parade Street.

* The side entrance to the Town Hall where the book is being kept.

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. 

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