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Books of Condolences Located in Perth and Kinross

Lord Lieutenant Stephen Leckie signing the Book of Condolence in 2 High Street , with Perth & Kinross Council Chief Executive Thomas Glen, Provost Xander McDade, Sheriff Principal of Tayside, Central and Fife Marysia Lewis, and Council Depute Leader, Councillor Eric Drysdale.

Books of Condolence in memory of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II are being made available across Perth and Kinross for residents.

Any resident who wants to leave a message of condolence are also being invited to lay flowers at the Tay Street Viewpoint in Perth.

The Book of Condolence located in the Council buildings at 2 High Street, Perth, will be open from 10am to 2pm on Saturday and Sunday, and from 9am to 5pm during the week. The last day to sign these books will be Friday 16th of Septemeber.

From Monday 12th of September, Books of Condolence can also be accessed during normal opening hours at:

  • Community School of Auchterarder, New School Lane, Auchterarder
  • Breadalbane Community Campus, Aberfeldy
  • Kilmaveonaig Church, Blair Atholl
  • North Inch Community Campus, Perth
  • Loch Leven Community Campus, The Muirs, Kinross
  • Strathearn Community Campus, Pittenzie Road, Crieff
  • Glenearn Campus, Glenearn Road, Perth
  • Blairgowrie Community Campus, Blairgowrie
  • Pitlochry High School, Pitlochry

These are in addition to the online Book of Condolence which can be accessed on the website of the Royal Family: www.royal.uk

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