Charvil Parish Council today joins the rest of the country in mourning following the death of Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II.
Chairman Cllr Jane Hartley said: “On behalf of the residents of Charvil Parish and the officers and members of the Parish Council, I would like to express my deepest sorrow at the death of our esteemed Monarch Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II”.
Most people living in this Country today will have no knowledge or life without her as our Queen and I know that the grief will be real and long-lived. For over 70 years, she has reigned with compassion and grace, and she leaves a far-reaching legacy that spans the whole world which will be felt for many generations to come.
A book of condolence is open at the Charvil Village Hall from 9.00am to 17.00pm from 9th September to 19th September for anyone wishing to express their sadness and to give their condolences following the death of Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth II. Please bring your own pen, because although some are provided, we cannot guarantee they will stay there.
If anyone would like to share a message of sympathy but is unable to get to the Village Hall, they can email their message to email@example.com and it will be printed and included in the book. There is also a Buckingham Palace e-book of condolence (www.royal.gov.uk)
Anyone wishing to lay flowers as a mark of respect should place them near to the bench outside the Village Hall.
The following Council meetings will be cancelled as they fall in the period of mourning:
Amenities Committee Meeting on 12th September
Full Council Meeting on 19th September