Online Condolence Book
Death of HRH Prince Philip The Duke of Edinburgh
It was sadly reported by Buckingham Palace that Prince Philip The Duke of Edinburgh passed away peacefully on 9 April 2021, aged 99.
Prince Philip had served and supported this country over many decades with the utmost dedication and distinction. He was a much-loved member of our monarchy and will be sorely missed.
As a mark of respect, this page has been set up to acknowledge his passing.
Comments from the Parish Council Chairman
We are all deeply saddened to hear that HRH Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh passed away this morning
On behalf of Huncote Parish Council, I would like to extend our sincere sympathy to his wife, Queen Elizabeth ll and all members of the Royal family at this upsetting time.
His achievements in life are second to none he will be remembered for his loyalty and forthrightness and the instigation of the Duke of Edinburgh Awards scheme.
The flag in the pinfold will fly at half-mast during the period of mourning.
The Parish Council will post further announcements on our website on how we will mark our respects.
Chairman Huncote Parish Council
Please use the below form to contribute to Huncote's online book of condolence for HRH Prince Philip The Duke of Edinburgh.
Once the period of mourning has ended, Huncote Parish Council will print the book of condolence and have it bound to be kept in Huncote Parish Council's archive.
A letter of condolence will be issued to Buckingham Palace from the Parish Council and will advise that a Huncote book of condolence has been made.
If you are a resident of Huncote and would like to sign the condolence book but are unable to complete the below form, please contact email@example.com or call 01455 844 539 and we will endeavour to assist you.
Alternatively, you may wish to sign Buckingham Palace's book of condolence online by visiting https://www.royal.uk/ or Leicestershire Country Council's book of condolence online by visiting https://www.leicestershire.gov.uk/book-of-condolence.
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