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Any resident who may have wished to place flowers in a public place as a mark of respect for HRH Duke of Edinburgh are requested to donate to a favourite charity rather than flowers, this was the wish of the Duke of Edinburgh.
A photograph of H.M. Queen Elizabeth 11 and the Duke of Edinburgh is displayed at the Village Hall and it is envisaged that this can be viewed at a specified time in the future when restrictions have been lifted. More »
it is not possible to have a Book of Condolences at the hall, but there is an online book available on
Posted: Mon, 12 Apr 2021 15:43 by Jan Shepherd
It is with great sadness that we have been notified of the passing of His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh.
The following information has been sent from NWLDC as per Operation Forth bridge which is in accordance with his wishes.
- Flags will fly at half mast
(Half-mast means the flag is flown two-thirds of the way up the flagpole, with at least the height of the flag between the top of the flag and the top of the flagpole. More »
- There will be no physical books of condolence in local authority buildings. All messages of condolence will be made online via a virtual condolence book. This will be signposted on the Council's website.
- The will be no floral tributes as per his wishes. Public mourning and laying of floral tributes in public spaces will be discouraged to avoid groups of people gathering. This message will be shared via our website, social media and a press release.
- There will be a cancellation of planned events (even though probably virtual) on the day of the death, the eve of the funeral and on the day of the funeral.
Posted: Saturday 10 April, Jan Shepherd » Less
Posted: Sat, 10 Apr 2021 14:19 by Jan Shepherd
Please see details on poster
Posted: Fri, 09 Apr 2021 12:09 by Jan Shepherd