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Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council
In line with procedure, the Parish Flag was raised to full mast this morning at 8 AM. The Book of condolence will be closed at 6 PM for the final time today. Anyone wishing to sign this record that will be kept in perpetuity must do so before we close today. Many thanks to the person who created this Crochet masterpiece. A photograph of this will also be kept in the archive.
Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council
For people who wish to add to our condolence book for The Duke of Edinburgh they can do so either in the Village hall or online at https://brownedge-pc.gov.uk/
Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council will be opening the Village Hall between 9am and 6pm this week to allow people to sign a book of condolence for HRH The Prince Philip. Please obey COVID distancing rules
Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council
This morning, Brown Edge Parish Council and The District Council placed floral tributes to The Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh at Bank End by the new Parish Flagpole.
If anyone would like to place their own tribute there they are very welcome to do so.
In line with plans drawn up by Prince Philip, these flowers will be collected and composted and the compost used to nourish a tree planted to remember him. Because they will be composted please remove any plastic wrappers etc.
Thank you
Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council
On behalf of Brown Edge Parish Council, I would like to offer our deepest sympathies to the Royal Family on the passing of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. His life was dedicated to the service of our country and his Queen.
Later today further details will be announced by the Parish Council to mark this sad occasion.
Peter Turner, Chairman Brown Edge Parish Council.
Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council
Community Notice:

Tomorrow, the children of St Annes C.E. (VC) Primary School, Brown Edge will be tying yellow ribbons to the railings on both sides of the school. The purpose of this, is to reflect upon the difficulties of the last year and take a moment to pray for each other in these hard times.

The ribbons will certainly brighten up the Village with a lovely nod to looking forward to the brighter future on its way. The School would like people in the Village to know that they are welcome to add their own yellow ribbon to the railings of the School if they would like to.
Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council
In line with procedure, the Parish Flag was raised to full mast this morning at 8 AM. The Book of condolence will be closed at 6 PM for the final time today. Anyone wishing to sign this record that will be kept in perpetuity must do so before we close today. Many thanks to the person who created this Crochet masterpiece. A photograph of this will also be kept in the archive.
Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council
For people who wish to add to our condolence book for The Duke of Edinburgh they can do so either in the Village hall or online at https://brownedge-pc.gov.uk/
Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council will be opening the Village Hall between 9am and 6pm this week to allow people to sign a book of condolence for HRH The Prince Philip. Please obey COVID distancing rules
Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council
This morning, Brown Edge Parish Council and The District Council placed floral tributes to The Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh at Bank End by the new Parish Flagpole.
If anyone would like to place their own tribute there they are very welcome to do so.
In line with plans drawn up by Prince Philip, these flowers will be collected and composted and the compost used to nourish a tree planted to remember him. Because they will be composted please remove any plastic wrappers etc.
Thank you
Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council
On behalf of Brown Edge Parish Council, I would like to offer our deepest sympathies to the Royal Family on the passing of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. His life was dedicated to the service of our country and his Queen.
Later today further details will be announced by the Parish Council to mark this sad occasion.
Peter Turner, Chairman Brown Edge Parish Council.
Brown Edge Parish Council
Brown Edge Parish Council
Community Notice:

Tomorrow, the children of St Annes C.E. (VC) Primary School, Brown Edge will be tying yellow ribbons to the railings on both sides of the school. The purpose of this, is to reflect upon the difficulties of the last year and take a moment to pray for each other in these hard times.

The ribbons will certainly brighten up the Village with a lovely nod to looking forward to the brighter future on its way. The School would like people in the Village to know that they are welcome to add their own yellow ribbon to the railings of the School if they would like to.