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Books of Condolence open at Nuneaton Town Hall and Bedworth Civic Hall

Published on Monday, 12th September 2022

Nuneaton and Bedworth residents can record their condolences for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth by signing Books of Condolence at Nuneaton Town Hall and Bedworth Civic Hall.

Opening times at Nuneaton Town Hall and Bedworth Civic Hall to sign the Books of Condolence are:

  • Monday to Friday from 10:00am to 5:00pm
  • Saturday and Sunday 10:00am to 2:00pm

Cllr Kris Wilson, Leader of Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council, said:

“This is a historic moment in time. Her Majesty The Queen Elizabeth II meant so much to so many across our Borough, and I know that they will want to record their condolences to The Royal Family. We have set up the books at the Town Hall and Civic Hall for residents to sign should they wish.”

The Council asks that all those who wish to lay floral tributes do not put them outside the Town Hall where they represent a possible health and safety hazard.

People can take them to the George Eliot Gardens in Nuneaton where a dedicated site for floral tributes or expressions of grief has been identified and signposted.

In Bedworth, floral tributes should be left at the site marked for that purpose at the Frank Parsons Memorial.

A national Book of Condolence has also been set up.