STATEMENT FROM THE TOWN MAYOR OF SNAITH & COWICK
Cllr. Steve Jones said the following; “On behalf of Snaith & Cowick Town Council and its Parishioners, I would like to offer our deepest sympathies and condolences to His Majesty, King Charles and the rest of the Royal Family on the passing of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. This is such sad news and our thoughts and prayers are with all members of The Royal Family at this time. Queen Elizabeth II dedicated her whole life to Service and she will be deeply missed.”
A Book of Condolence will be opened at the Priory Church for those who wish to pay their respects, while an area at Buttermarket, Snaith has been designated as the official area for anybody wishing to lay flowers.
The Town Mayor will lay flowers on Friday 9th September at 10am.
Flags will be flown at half mast until the Proclamation is made, the flag will then be raised until Saturday 10 September at 1pm when the Proclamation will be read at Buttermarket, Snaith. The flag will then be lowered to half mast for the official 10 days of mourning.
The Book of Condolence will be available
Friday 10am-4pm The Priory Church
Saturday 10am-3pm The Priory Church
Sunday 10am-3pm The Priory Church
Monday 9am-3pm Town Council Office
Monday 6.30pm-8pm The Priory Church
Tuesday 9am-3pm Town Council Office
Tuesday 6.30pm- 8pm The Priory Church
Wednesday 9am-3pm Town Council Office
Wednesday 6.30pm-8pm The Priory Church
Remembrance Services will take place Friday 9th September at 7pm and then Monday to Friday of next week at 7pm all welcome at The Priory Church.