Following the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday 8 September 2022, a book of condolence has been opened in Stroud, Dursley and Wotton-under-Edge allowing people across the district to pay their respects to the country's longest reigning monarch.
People across Stroud will be welcome to pay their respects, if they wish, leaving comments of their fond memories and what the Queen meant to them at Stroud District Council in Ebley Mill, from 8.45am to 6pm Monday to Friday and 10am to 4pm on weekends; Dursley at The Pulse from 6am to 8pm Monday to Sunday; and Wotton-under-Edge at the Wotton Civic Centre from 9am to 12.30pm Monday to Sunday.
Those who wish to lay floral tributes are invited to do so at Stratford Park, where they will be able to find a dedicated space on the grass bank at the top side of the main car park.
Sharing his condolences, council chair Steve Robinson said: 'Her Majesty's connection with the Stroud district dates back to when she was a Princess, and people across the district have always held her in the highest respect and admiration. Her service to our nation and the Commonwealth has been historic and unmatched.'