Parish Council statement on the sad death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
“It is with great sadness that the Parish Council has learned of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Duke of Lancaster. I am sure that everyone in the parish will join me in extending our sincere condolences to the whole Royal Family at this very sad time for us all.”
Cllr Graham Agnew, Parish Council Chairman
Books of Condolence and Other Arrangements
St Cuthbert’s Church – Memorial Service and Book of Condolence
A Memorial Service is being held at St Cuthbert’s Church, Over Kellet at 7.00pm on Wednesday, 14th September. Please see the separate notice.
A Book of Condolence for residents of Over Kellet and members of St Cuthbert’s church will be available in church from Sunday, 11th September until after the funeral on 19th. This will be a local record of the sentiments expressed by local people on the death of a national figure and will form part of the church’s and Parish Council’s archive, so that future generations are able to find out the way in which national events were marked in the area. The church will be open from 9am – 3pm during this time for those who wish to sign the book.
Wilson’s Endowed CE School – Book of Condolence
A Book of Condolence has been introduced and the Headteacher has encouraged parents to come and sign it. He has also kindly offered that parishioners will be most welcome to do so during school hours. The book is placed just inside the entrance way, next to a display celebrating the Queen’s life.
Lancaster City Council Tribute to Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II (includes information on Books of Condolence at Morecambe and Lancaster Town Halls)
Carnforth Town Council
(includes information on Books of Condolence in the town)
County Councillor’s Facebook Page
Phillippa is a great advocate for the area and supporter of the Parish Council. We are sure that you will find her page interesting and informative on issues that are important to you and to Over Kellet in general