HRH PRINCE PHILIP, Duke of Edinburgh
Born 1921 – Died 2021
Chairman’s Message Of Sympathy:
It is with great sadness that the Parish Council learnt of the death of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
On behalf of the residents of St Stephen in Brannel Parish, my fellow Councillors and Council staff, I offer our sincere condolences and deepest sympathies to Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family.
His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh will be remembered most for his commitment to Her Majesty The Queen as he was the longest serving consort in British history and the oldest serving partner of a reigning monarch. Today brings an end to his lifetime of service to Great Britain.
May He Rest In Peace.
Cllr David Simpson – Chairman of St Stephen in Brannel Parish Council
Flags & Proclamation
Following the announcement of the death of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, the Parish Council request that all flags within the parish are to be lowered to half-mast until 08:00am on the morning following the funeral.
Book Of Condolence
The provision of ‘Books of Condolence’ will remain within the power of Cornwall Council, please visit their website for further details.
Details will be posted once known.
Following the announcement of the death of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, residents may choose to express their sadness by laying flowers; in order to manage such activity safely, the Parish Council has identified the following sites within the Parish:
War memorial, St Stephen Churchtown cemetery
War memorial, Nanpean cemetery
All flowers will be removed the week after the funeral has taken place.