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On behalf of the Tandridge district, Tandridge District Council offers its deepest sympathy to Her Majesty the Queen and members of the Royal Family following the death of His Royal Highness, The Duke of Edinburgh.

Due to Covid restrictions, there won't be a physical book of condolence in the Council Offices, Oxted. However, you can pay your respects in the national book of condolence.

Flags outside the Council Offices will be flown at half mast from Friday 9 April until 8am on the day after the funeral. 

Given the current government guidelines in place around social distancing, instead of laying flowers please consider making a donation to a charity of your choice, or one of The Duke of Edinburgh's charities in memory of His Royal Highness.

Please remember to follow current government Covid-19 guidelines when paying your respects.

Statement from the Chairman of Tandridge District Council

On behalf of the people of the Tandridge district, I would like to offer my deepest sympathy to Her Majesty the Queen and members of the Royal Family following the death of His Royal Highness, The Duke of Edinburgh.

The Duke of Edinburgh was much loved and widely respected by people in Britain and throughout the world.

He will be sorely missed but the memory of his dedication to duty and loyalty to his family and country will remain with us and act as an example for us in the years ahead.

Councillor Jeremy Pursehouse
Chairman of Tandridge District Council 
Friday 9 April 2021