Cowbridge pays its respects to the Queen
15th Sep 2022 | Public Notices
Floral tributes have been placed outside the front of Cowbridge Town Hall by Cowbridge with Llanblethian Town Council and local residents.
The central tribute was provided for the Town Council by The Bay Tree who are also kindly looking after the floral tributes.
The flowers will remain in place until after the funeral on Monday.
All notices except those relating to the death of the Queen and the accession of King Charles III have been removed from the noticeboards until after the funeral Monday.
A Book of Condolence is available to sign in the lobby of the Town Hall office.
Many people have already left personal thoughts and tributes. The book will be available to sign until after the funeral on Monday.
The Union Flag is flying at half-mast as a mark of respect and will remain so until after the funeral on Monday.
Councillor John Andrew, the Mayor says:
"The Town Council is grateful to the Fire Service for raising and lowering the flag.
"The public have been invited to take part in a National Moment of Reflection to mourn the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and reflect on her life and legacy.
"The National Moment of Reflection will take place at 8pm on Sunday 18 September, the night before the State Funeral, and be marked by a one-minute silence."
Councillor John Andrew, the Mayor, intends to be outside the front of Cowbridge Town Hall for this Moment of Reflection and invites everyone to join him.