On her 21st birthday Queen Elizabeth II make a promise “I declare before you all that my whole life whether it be long or short shall be devoted to your service.” Her Majesty never faltered in her duty. Her life was one of service and dedication. She truly was Elizabeth the Great. She will forever reign in our hearts.
In addition, a book of condolences can be signed at the following places:
Dover District Council:
The book of condolence is open in the Reception at the DDC offices in Whitfield.
Floral tributes can be laid outside main reception on the green space.
Opening times are 9am-4pm Monday to Friday,
(for more information, please see www.dover.gov.uk).
Dover Town Council:
The book of condolence is open inside the Dover Town Council offices.
Floral tributes can be laid at the war memorial.
Opening times are on the Dover Town Council website.
Deal Town Council:
The book of condolence is open at the Town Hall Undercroft.
Floral tributes can be laid outside St George’s Church.
Opening times are on the Deal Town Council website.
Walmer Town Council:
Books of Condolence can be found at St Saviours Church and St Mary’s Church.
Available for signing all day on Friday 9th and Saturday 10th September.
Floral tributes may also be left at the Memorial Bandstand.
A Commemoration service being held at 6pm on Sunday at St Mary’s Church
Aylesham Parish Council:
The book of condolence is open at Peter’s Church in Aylesham.
Floral tributes can be laid in the Market Square.
The church is open Friday 9am-9pm, Saturday 9am-6pm, Sunday 9am-4pm.
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