Tuesday, 24 October 2017

Mayor first to sign Queen's birthday book

A BOOK of messages to mark the Queen’s 90th birthday has been opened at Henley town hall, writes Neda Konova.

A BOOK of messages to mark the Queen’s 90th birthday has been opened at Henley town hall, writes Neda Konova.

Residents can sign their name and write a short message in the book, which has gold-embossed writing on the front reading: “HM Queen Elizabeth 90th birthday.”

The book is available in the information centre until the end of this month and will also be taken to various events before being sent to Buckingham Palace.

Mayor Julian Brookes, who was the first person to sign the book, said: “As Mayor, it’s right that I lead the way with my appreciation of the Queen on her 90th birthday. It’s a small way of saying thank-you for her years of service to this country and the wider world and it shows how highly she is respected across the world.

“I would encourage other residents to follow my lead and I hope as many people as possible will sign this book.”



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