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Redbourn Parish Council is very sad to learn of the death of Her Majesty, The Queen.

We extend our condolences to members of the Royal Family and our thoughts are with them and all who loved her at this difficult time.

Last night after the announcement, the flag on the common was lowered to half mast as a sign of respect.

Book of Condolence

There is a book of condolence available at Redbourn Parish Centre for those who wish to put into words their own personal tributes to the Queen.

The Parish Centre is open from 10am - 2pm Monday to Friday.

If you would like to leave some words but are unable to get to the Parish Centre, you can email your reflections to and your personal message will be added to the book. You can also send us your entry to be added via post to:

Redbourn Parish Centre, The Park, Redbourn, Herts, AL3 7LR

Alternatively you can sign or view an online book of remembrance for Her Majesty, The Queen at The Lieutenancy of Hertfordshire website.

Please note the book will close on Monday 19th September

St Mary's Church

St Mary's Church in Redbourn will be open from 9am to 5pm daily and will stay open to 9pm if necessary, for people wanting to pay their respects and/or for personal reflection.

They also have opened a book of condolence which is available for people to sign in the Lady Chapel.

Floral tributes

Floral tributes may be left by the flag on Redbourn Common, or outside St Mary's Church under the large cedar tree, known as The Welcome Tree.

Proclamation Of His Majesty King Charles III

At 11am on Saturday 10th September our flag on Redbourn Common was raised to full mast, on the occasion of the proclamation of His Majesty King Charles III.

On Sunday 11th September our flag will return to half mast, in observance of the period of mourning for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

The flag is flying back at full-mast, as the mourning period for Queen Elizabeth II ends

Last updated: Thu, 22 Sep 2022 10:27