Two minutes silence in memory of Queen Elizabeth II

Woodley Town Mayor observes two minute silence for queen

Today, Tuesday 20th September, Woodley Town Mayor led a two-minutes silence in memory of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth

Woodley Town Mayor, Cllr Janet Sartorel, welcomed the small crowd outside the Miles Suite at the side of the Oakwood Centre in Woodford Park and then gave a short speech before the two-minutes silence.

“Following Her Majesty’s funeral yesterday, today we come together in Woodley as the last official opportunity to mark The Queen’s passing and show our respects.

Thank you to those who attended the Proclamation in Woodley Town Centre last Monday. It was a very moving ceremony and it was an honour to read the Proclamation to the town of Woodley.

It has also been wonderful to see the lovely comments in our Book of Condolence, as well as the beautiful floral tributes. 

Please now join me in two minutes silence to mark the passing of our late Sovereign, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second.”

The Mayor and the crowd then observed two-minutes silence.

Janet thanked everyone for coming and reminded them that the Book of Condolence will close at 5.00pm today and all floral tributes will be collected this afternoon to be composted.

The Town Council will use the compost to plant an oak tree in Woodley in honour of our late Sovereign, Queen Elizabeth the Second. Further details to be announced.

The Mayor concluded the ceremony by declaring: “God Save His Majesty King Charles the third”.

Thank you to everyone who came. You can watch a video of the service on our YouTube Channel.

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