Girton Parish Council and residents express their deepest condolences to Her Majesty the Queen, members of the Royal Family and the extended members of the Royal Household on the death of His Royal Highness Prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh.
He dedicated his life to serving the nation in particular supporting the Queen since her Accession in 1952. He has been Patron, President or member of over 750 organisations of which the Duke of Edinburgh Award may be best known by members of our communities.
The United Kingdom will forever be grateful for all that he has done both at home and abroad.
May he rest in peace.
The South Cambridgeshire District Council website homepage has a message from the Vice-Chair and a link to an online book of condolence.
Cambs County Council’s book of condolence is at https://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/news/book-of-condolence-his-royal-highness-the-duke-of-edinburgh
You can also send your condolences by post to any county, district or city council office marked ‘condolence book’ to be included, or place in a marked box which will be set up in all Cambridgeshire libraries, which are open to the public from Monday 12th April.
Due to the current pandemic, The Royal Family have asked for people not to lay floral tributes. This message can also be found on the Royal Family website. There is also information for those wishing to make a donation.