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BOOKS OF CONDOLENCES OPEN IN CITY AND COUNTY: QUEEN ELIZABETH II

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Members of the public sign the book of condolences at Leicester Town Hall. Picture: Pukaar News

Condolence books are available to sign to allow members of the public to pay tribute to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and share their memories at this time.

In Leicester, the Town Hall will have a book of condolence available to sign from 8am-5pm every day. St. Martin’s House next to Leicester Cathedral will have a book available to sign from 9am-5pm Monday to Friday (closed 12.45pm-1.45 p.m.), 9am-5pm Saturday, and 12.30pm-2.30pm Sunday.

A book will be available at County Hall in Glenfield, from 8.30am-5pm Monday-Thursdays, and on Fridays from 8.30am-4.30pm.

The book of condolences at County Hall in Glenfield. Picture: Leicestershire County Council

Further books of condolences will be available at:

– Ashby de la Zouch Town Council’s Legion House offices
– North West Leicestershire District Council Offices, Coalville
– The Community Hub, Castle Donington
– Kegworth Parish Council Offices
– Measham Leisure Centre
– David Taylor Memorial Hall, Heather
– Park Hall, Whitwick
– The Palace, Community Centre, Ibstock
– The Village Hall, Swannington
– Charnwood Borough Council Main Offices, Loughborough
– Loughborough Town Hall
– Melton Borough Council Parkside Offices
– Harborough District Council offices, The Symington Building, Market Harborough
– St Dionysius Church, Market Harborough

The condolence book at St Dionysius Church in Market Harborough. Picture: Neil O’Brien MP

Additionally, a number of books of condolences are available to sign online.

Buckingham Palace Book of Condolences

Leicestershire Online Condolence Book

Lord Lieutenant’s Book of Condolences

If you have a condolence book that you would like to add to the above list, please email info@pukaar.com.

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