On behalf of the residents of Filton, Councillors and Staff at Filton Town Council express their deepest condolences to the Royal Family following the death of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II.
Her Majesty the Queen has been a source of inspiration and a role model for life in public service for over seventy years. We sincerely wish that expressions of deep esteem and the gratitude of our nation, for a life so unselfishly given, may act as great comfort and consolation to you all at this time.
Books of condolence will be opened at South Gloucestershire Council Badminton Road Offices, Yate and the Civic Centre, Kingswood, at 9am on Saturday 10 September and at Filton Leisure Centre from Monday 12th September for anyone who would like to pay their own personal tribute to Her Majesty. The books will remain open every day from 9am to 5pm until Tuesday 20 September. Online book of condolences are available at www.royal.uk/
Flowers may be laid at without their cellophane by the Jubilee flagpole at Elm Park.
Flags will fly full mast for Saturday 10th September 2022 and lowered to half mast Sunday 11th September 2022 in line with national guidance.
HRH Queen Elizabeth II has been a source of inspiration for all of us throughout our lives. On behalf of Filton Town Council, I would like to express our sincere sadness at the passing of HRH Queen Elizabeth II.’