Faith in Service

Her Royal Highness, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II (1926 - 2022)

Her Royal Highness, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II (1926 - 2022)

Didcot Town Council would like to express our deepest condolences to members of the Royal Family on the passing of Her Majesty the Queen. Her Royal Highness was totally devoted to her country and her people. She will be missed.

We are sure that the residents of Didcot will wish to share their sorrow and come together to mark this sad occasion; to look back on her life and to give thanks for her years of dedicated service.

A Book of Condolence will be opened at the Civic Hall for residents to gather; sign the book; say prayers and share memories. Flowers can be placed around the flagpole outside Didcot Civic Hall.

Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II was one of the longest serving monarchs in history.

May she now rest in peace.

As a mark of respect, the Union Flag will fly at half-mast outside Didcot Civic Hall until the day of the State Funeral. There will be a period on the Day of Proclamation – Saturday 10th September – where the flag will be raised to mark the new King Charles III.

Cllr Pam Siggers, Mayor of Didcot

Cllr Mocky Khan, Leader of Didcot Town Council

Flowers can be placed at the bottom of the flagpole at any time and the book of condolence can be signed during Didcot Civic Hall opening hours. The opening hours for the following week are:

Friday 9th: 830am to 9pm
Saturday 10th: 9am to 10am then 2pm to 930pm
Sunday: Closed
Monday 12th to Friday 16th: 830am to 9pm
Saturday 17th: 9am to 9pm

Posted: Fri, 09 Sep 2022 10:11 by Chelsey Lordan

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