Councillors and staff at Congleton Town Council are deeply saddened at the news of the death of Queen Elizabeth II. Our thoughts are with members of the Royal Family.
On behalf of Congleton Town Council and the residents of Congleton, former Town Mayor, Cllr Denis Murphy paid tribute to Her Majesty The Queen. Cllr Murphy signed the book of condolence, open for residents to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II, and share their thoughts, feelings and memories about her 70-year reign. The book is available in the Congleton Information Centre. Outside office hours it will be open in Bluey’s Bar & Hub (next to the Town Hall).
Alternatively, you can sign the national online condolence book at www.royal.uk
Those who do not have access to the internet or are not able to go to a location to sign a book of condolence, can send handwritten messages or cards to be addressed to the Chief Officer, Congleton Town Council, High Street, Congleton, CW12 1BN. These will be placed in the book of condolence.
Anyone who wishes to lay flowers is welcome to place them in front of the Community Gardens, Lawton Street, Congleton.
The flags on the Town Hall will return to full mast for the proclamation, announcing our new King. They will be lowered again for the period of mourning.