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It was with great sadness that the residents of the Parish of Irnham learned of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.  On behalf of the residents, the Parish Council send their sincere condolences to His Majesty King Charles III and all members of The Royal Family.

Residents are invited to lay flowers around the flag pole to express their sadness at this time.

A special section of the Visitors Book in St Andrew’s Church has been dedicated for everyone who wishes to sign it (please also print your name), with or without a message of condolence in memory of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.


South Kesteven District Council Information:

The Proclamation of Accession announcing the new Monarch will be read in each of South Kesteven’s four towns at 3pm on Sunday September 11th.

Members of the public are invited to attend the readings, which will take place at:

The steps outside South Kesteven House on St Peter’s Hill, Grantham 

The balcony at Browne’s Hospital on Broad Street, Stamford

The entrance to Bourne Corn Exchange   

The entrance to Market Deeping Town Hall

South Kesteven District Council has opened Books of Condolence at two locations in each town: 

Grantham Mayor’s Parlour in the Guildhall Arts Centre and St Wulfram’s Church; 

Stamford Mayor’s Parlour in the Town Hall and All Saint’s Church; 

Market Deeping Mayor’s Parlour in the Town Hall and St Guthlac’s Church; 

Bourne Corn Exchange and Bourne Abbey Church. 

The books will be available from 9am until 6pm each day until midday after Her Majesty’s State Funeral. The Buckingham Palace online Book of Condolence can be found at www.royal.uk 

Flowers can be laid at :

Grantham – St Peter’s Hill and St Wulfram’s Church

Stamford – St Mary’s Church and All Saints’ Church

Bourne – next to the War Memorial, South Street

Market Deeping – Riverside Park


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