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Monday, May 29, 2023

Statement on The Death of Her Majesty The Queen by Civic Leader of Moray Council

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Cllr John Cowe, said:

“It is with great sadness that Moray Council learnt of the death Her Majesty The Queen.

“With her husband, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, Her Majesty was a regular visitor to Moray, and many residents hold fond and lifelong memories of these Royal visits to the region.

“As a mark of respect, flags will be flown at half-mast at key buildings across Moray, and books of condolence will open from 9am on Friday 9 September.”

Official books will be available to sign at:

Elgin: St Giles Church, High Street

Buckie: North Church, Cluny Square

Aberlour: St Margaret’s Church

Lossiemouth: St Gerardine’s High Church

Keith: St Rufus Church, Church Road

Forres: St Laurence Church. High Street

There is also an online e-Book of Condolence open to the public on the Buckingham Palace website at www.royal.uk.

Lord-Lieutenant of Moray, Major General Seymour Monro, has issued a separate statement.

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