It is with great sadness that Disley Parish Council has learned of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty gave unwavering dedication and a lifetime of service to the country and the Commonwealth with kindness and humility. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Royal Family and the Royal Household at this difficult time.
Disley Parish Council Opening Hours
The Council Office will continue to be open from 9.00am to 1.00pm on Monday to Friday during the Period of National Mourning, to offer support to Disley & Newtown residents.
Parish Council Events
During the mourning period, all Disley Parish Council events will be postponed. Therefore, the following scheduled events will not be going ahead:
- Saturday 10th September 2022 – Community Litter Pick.
- Saturday 10th September 2022 – Know Your Numbers Blood Pressure and ECG checks.
- Monday 12th September 2022 – Affordable Warmth Briefing.
The Disley Community Bus trips will be cancelled during the mourning period, with the exception of the Weekly Shopper Bus, as the Council considers this to be an essential service.
Books of Condolence
Books of Condolence will available at the following locations:
- Disley Library at Disley Community Centre.
- St. Mary’s Church, Disley.
Cheshire East Council have also provided an on-line Book of Condolence, which is available at: Book of Condolence
Community Laying of Flowers
The laying of flowers will take place at the War Memorial on the Ram Green and flowers will remain in place until 3 or 4 days after The Queen’s State Funeral. It is requested that plastic wrappers are removed from all flowers for safety reasons.
The Union Flag will be flown at half-mast on the Ram Green during the Mourning Period. The only exception to this will be the day of the Proclamation of the new Monarch, when the Union Flag will be flown at full mast.
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