City of Hamilton creates spaces for tributes to the Queen
The fence at the Queen Street entrance to Queen Elizabeth Park has been offered by city officials as a place to leave flowers and other tokens of respect to the Monarch.
A portrait of Her Majesty, along with a floral arrangement, can also be viewed by the public in City Hall foyer during opening hours, Monday through Friday, from 9am to 5pm.
Charles Gosling, the Mayor of Hamilton, said the public were invited to visit and pay respects as the island mourned the Queen’s passing.
He added: “The City is proud to honour and celebrate her life.”
An official book of condolence is also available for signing at Government House from 10am to 4pm., Monday through Friday, until the day of the funeral.