As we all live through this time of mourning, everyone will have their own memories of the life of the Queen: for a few, as the young Princess Elizabeth. at her Coronation, perhaps meeting or seeing her in person; for many, through national broadcasts and events and recently through our community celebration at the joyous Platinum Jubilee Party on Hearn Field.
In Combeinteignhead the Union flag on the Village Hall and All Saints church will be flying at half-mast throughout. All Saints church will also be open for quiet reflection, with a book of condolence available to capture your personal message.
For those looking for wider participation the following links will take you to information beyond our locality:
Teignbridge District Council: for Council tributes, a list of where you can sign a Condolence book or lay flowers across the district, and guidance for the mourning period.
Devon County Council: for a statement from the chairman of Devon County Council and information about the book of condolence at County Hall, Topsham Road, Exeter, EX2 4QD,
UK Government: for details of national arrangements following the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Buckingham Palace: to access the online Book of Condolence and details about the Queen’s Funeral.
R.I.P Elizabeth II