Information following the death of Queen Elizabeth II

13 days ago

Floral tributes

Floral tributes, in remembrance of HM Queen Elizabeth II, can be placed at the steps of County Hall, Carmarthen, the Remembrance Garden on the grounds of Llanelli Town Hall, and the gates of Ammanford Park.

Carmarthenshire’s sympathy following death of HM The Queen (gov.wales)

Carmarthenshire Books of Condolence

Following Carmarthenshire’s proclamation yesterday, Books of Condolence are now open at County Hall, Carmarthen; Llanelli Town Hall and the HWB, Ammanford. They are open from today, Monday 12 September until Sunday 18 September.
The opening times are:
9am-5pm Monday to Thursday
9am-4.30pm on Friday
11am-4pm Saturday and Sunday.

Carmarthenshire County Council Proclamation of the new Sovereign

In line with national events, a Proclamation of the new Sovereign was read by the Chair of Carmarthenshire County Council, Cllr Rob Evans on the steps of County Hall, Carmarthen at 12.45pm today, Sunday September 11.

It was followed by a Welsh language proclamation and read by the Mr David Parry Williams, Deputy Lord-Lieutenant of Dyfed.

Civic dignitaries, and members of the public were also in attendance.

Following the proclamation, at 1pm, all flags at Carmarthen’s County Hall, Llanelli Town Hall and Ammanford Town Hall, and Blue flags at Cefn Sidan Beach and Pendine Beach were returned to half-mast and will remain and half-mast until the day following the HM Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral.  

Further information about events will be shared on the council’s website and social media feeds.

Flags will be flown at full-mast to mark the Proclamation of the new Sovereign

Flags will be flown at full-mast at Carmarthen’s County Hall, Llanelli Town Hall and Ammanford Town Hall from 11am on Saturday, September 10, to mark the Proclamation of the new Sovereign. Blue flags at Cefn Sidan Beach and Pendine Beach will also fly at full-mast.

All flags will be returned to half-mast at 1pm on Sunday, September 11, until the day following the HM Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral. 

Proclamation of the new Sovereign will be read on the steps of County Hall, Carmarthen, at 12.45pm on Sunday September 11

Carmarthenshire’s official Proclamation of the new Sovereign will be read by the Chair of the Council, Cllr Rob Evans on the steps of County Hall, Carmarthen, at 12.45pm on Sunday September 11.

It will be followed by a Welsh language proclamation and read by the Cabinet Member for Organisation and Workforce, Cllr Philip Hughes.

Civic dignitaries, and members of the public are invited to attend.

The demise of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II: National Mourning guidance

Guidance for the public and businesses on the period of National Mourning following the demise of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

Welsh Government website

Books of Condolence

Books of Condolence will be opened at County Hall, Carmarthen, Town Hall, Llanelli, and the HWB, Ammanford on Monday, September 12. They will be open from 9am-5pm Monday to Thursday, and 9am-4.30pm on Friday, and will remain open until the day following the funeral. We invite you to leave a message.

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National e-Book of Condolence

The Royal Family e-Book of Condolences can be viewed on the Buckingham Palace website

Flags have been lowered to half-mast

Flags have been lowered to half-mast at Carmarthen’s County Hall, Llanelli Town Hall and Ammanford Town Hall as a mark of respect. Blue flags at Cefn Sidan Beach and Pendine Beach have also been lowered.

Announcement of the death of Queen Elizabeth II

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