Nottingham City Council has marked the death of HRH Prince Philip by lowering the Council House flag.
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Due to coronavirus restrictions not permitting large gatherings, there are no current plans to carry out commemorative events and laying of flowers in tribute is sadly not advisable in the current circumstances. Details of how the city will mark his death will follow in due course.
City Council Leader, Cllr David Mellen, said: “It’s incredibly sad news that Prince Philip has died, he has given long and faithful service to this country and years of devotion to the Queen. Among his many achievements, the Duke of Edinburgh's Award stands as a lasting legacy which has helped many thousands of young people to gain confidence in themselves and find their way in life.
“I’m sure the thoughts of Nottingham people, like mine, are with Her Majesty the Queen and the Royal Family at this time.”
The Lord Mayor of Nottingham, Cllr Rosemary Healy, said: “I extend my deep sympathy to Her Majesty the Queen and the rest of the Royal Family on this terribly sad day. He has served alongside the Queen as husband and consort for over 70 years and his contribution to public life will not be forgotten.”