West Clandon joins the nation in deep sorrow at the passing of Queen Elizabeth II

Sep 10, 2022 | News

The Chairman and members of West Clandon Parish Council are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. We send our sincere condolences to everyone in The Royal Family and those all around the world who will be mourning her passing. Her Majesty The Queen was much loved and widely respected by people in West Clandon, the rest of the United Kingdom and throughout the world. She will be sorely missed but the memory of her dedication to duty and loyalty to her family and country will remain with us and act as an example for us in the years ahead. Our thoughts are will the Royal Family.

There is an online Book of Condolence at www.royal.uk. Guildford Borough Council will also be opening Books of Condolence in Millmead House, the Guildhall and The Hive at Park Barn. In addition, there will be one at West Clandon church and at Guildford Cathedral, which is also available online at Book of Condolence   Guildford Cathedral (guildford-cathedral.org).

The proclamation of the new King will be read out in all countries and all counties of the United Kingdom. The National proclamation takes place on Saturday 10th September. In Surrey, it will be read at Guildford Cathedral by His Honour Christopher Critchlow the High Sherriff of Surrey accompanied by Michael More-Molyneux the Lord-Lieutenant on Sunday 11 September 11am to 1pm. Proclamations will also be read by Guildford Borough Council later than day.

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