Book of condolence tour

Following the death of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Representative Deputy Lieutenant for Lambeth, Christopher Wellbelove DL, was keen to make sure that as many people as possible were given the opportunity to sign Lambeth’s book of condolence.

Working with Lambeth council officers, and with the support of the Mayor of Lambeth, Christopher visited 10 residential homes across the borough. Here he heard many stories from residents, of their memories of the Queen. He met Trevor who had served in the Queen’s Guard, and another resident spoke of how he was a pilot for Her Majesty.

Whilst books of condolence were available at the Town Hall and at libraries in the north and south of the borough, without these visits their residents and staff would not have had the opportunity to participate by sharing their condolence alongside their fellow Lambeth residents.

Lambeth’s book of condolence that Lambeth’s Representative Deputy Lieutenant took to residential homes
St Peter’s Residence, Little Sisters of the Poor
Havelock Court
Collingwood Court
Visit to Uplands in Streatham
A resident being helped to sign Lambeth’s book of condolence
Taking the book of condolence to residential homes gave staff a chance to contribute, who otherwise would not have had a chance due to the shifts that they are working
Trevor, a resident at Windmill Lodge, who served in the Queen’s Guard
Representative Deputy Lieutenant for Lambeth with staff at Limetree Lodge residential home
St Mary’s in Streatham
Fairlee House in West Norwood
British Home
With staff at Aashna House, a residential care home in Streatham

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