His Royal Highness, demonstrated exemplary commitment and dedication to duty to our country and the Commonwealth. Our sadness at this time is shared by people across the world, as we remember him with gratitude and affection.
In accordance with public health advice there will not be a physical book of condolence in Stalbridge. However it is understood that during this period of public grief people may wish to express their sorrow and messages of condolence can made on the national online condolence book via this link.
In Stalbridge for those who do not have access to a computer the Community Library Management Group have kindly offered to upload any condolence messages posted through their library letter box to the national online book.
In line with current restrictions the Royal Household has requested that members of the public do not leave floral tributes in public places. The Palace has suggested that people could make a charitable donation to one of His Royal Highness’s many patronages, as a fitting way of paying tribute to his remarkable legacy.
A guide to His Royal Highness’s patronages, and how you can donate can be found on the web site link at the bottom of this post.
Stalbridge Town Council will fly the union flag at half mast on The Ring until the day after the funeral.
Cllr. Katie Garland , Chairman of Stalbridge Town Council, will be writing to Buckingham Palace on behalf of Stalbridge to express the town’s condolences at this sad time.
Further statements and information are available on www.royal.uk