Sussex councils proclaim King Charles III after the death of the Queen

The councils become King Charles III after the death of Queen Elizabeth II. to proclaim the new sovereign.

The King will be proclaimed King at events across the county on Sunday, September 11, after being nationally confirmed as King on Saturday, September 10 at the televised Accession Council for the first time.

The proclamations come shortly after the death of Queen Elizabeth II, with the crown immediately passing to the former Prince of Wales.

The public can participate in the proclamations by witnessing historical events at various councils across the region, many of which are open to spectators.

East Sussex County Council

Residents can follow the proclamation in Lewes, where Jane King, East Sussex’s High Sheriff, will preside over the proceedings.

The event will take place at County Hall in St Anne’s Crescent, Lewes from 1pm with the reading of the Proclamations from 1.30pm.

West Sussex County Council

West Sussex’s High Sheriff James Whitmore will read the council’s proclamation on the steps of County Hall in Chichester at 1pm.

Mayors from local Borough Councils will also be in attendance, as will the Lord Lieutenant for West Sussex, Lady Emma Barnard.

Mid Sussex Borough Council

The local proclamation for the district council will take place at 2:00 p.m. at the Oakland Road Council offices on Haywards Heath.

The ceremony will be led by Cllr Margaret Belsey, Chairwoman of Mid Sussex District Council, and is open to the public.

Hastings Councilor

Hastings Mayor Cllr James Bacon will lead the Hastings Speech which will take place at 3pm in Queens Square, Hastings.

Other invited dignitaries are Sara Stonor DL, Deputy Lieutenant for East Sussex, and Sall-Ann Hart, MP for Hastings.

Crawley City Council

The Council Proclamation will be read by Councilwoman Jilly Hart, Mayor of Crawley, with the public and local businesses all invited.

The event will take place outside City Hall on The Boulevard in Crawley at 2pm.

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