Across the county, people have expressed their condolences following the Queen’s death.
Councils have opened official books both online and in person for people to pay their respects.
Areas have also been designated for people to lay flowers for Her Majesty.
Here is a full list of the locations of the parishes in the county:
- Brighton and Hove City Council
Condolence books are available from all three town halls: Brighton, Hove and Portslade.
They can be signed Monday to Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
A book of condolences was opened at the reception at Southover House in Lewes and will remain open until the day after the funeral.
Flowers can be laid outside of Lewes House on the front patio
- Eastbourne Parish Council
A book of condolences was opened at the Eastbourne Town Hall reception and will remain open until the day after the funeral.
Flowers can be laid in front of the town hall in the marked area.
- Hastings Councilor
A book of condolences was opened at the reception at Muriel Matters House. This is open today (September 9) until 4:30 p.m. and tomorrow (September 10) from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Flowers can be deposited at the War Memorial in Alexandra Park. The council has asked people to remove all plastic before leaving it behind. Flowers left elsewhere will be carefully removed and taken to the War Memorial where possible.
- Wealden District Council
A condolence book has been placed in the reception area of the Wealden District Council office in Hailsham and is available Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm until Tuesday 20 September 5pm.
The condolence book is also open on Saturday (September 10) from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Members of the public may lay flowers at designated locations throughout the district. In Hailsham this is at the Hailsham War Memorial.
For information on where flowers can be laid elsewhere in cities and towns, please contact the relevant city or local council.
- Roth district council
A condolence book has been opened at Bexhill Town Hall for people to leave a comment.
A designated area for flower donations has been set up on the grounds of City Hall. This is the green space to the right of the Town Hall car park.
Condolence books are also available at Rye Town Hall and The Almonry in Battle.
Council has asked residents to start by signing Buckingham Palace’s online book of condolences. However, letters and cards can be sent directly to ADC for collection.
Physical books of condolence will be deposited at Littlehampton Civic Center and Bognor Town Hall.
Flowers (ribbons and cellophane not included) may be laid in the gardens by the fountain opposite Littlehampton Civic Center and at the Bognor and Arundel War Memorials.
Worship services are held throughout the district. St Marys Clymping and St Marys Yapton are open all day with candle lighting and a memorial book. Both will hold prayer services today (September 9) at 7pm and thanksgiving services on Sunday (September 11) at 6pm.
- Crawley Parish Council
A condolence book will be available at City Hall starting tomorrow (September 10) from 10am to 4pm and then from 9am to 4pm during the period of national mourning, excluding weekends.
Arrangements for books in other public venues will be announced shortly, as will details of an online version.
- Adur and Worthing District Council
Council has opened condolence books at Shoreham Center and Worthing Town Hall to anyone wishing to pay their respects.
Books of condolence are available at Council Offices in Parkside (open weekdays 9am-5pm), The Capitol (open Monday-Saturday 1.30pm-8pm, Sunday 1.30pm-5pm), Horsham Museum (open Tuesday-Saturday from 10am ) open until 4 p.m.).
- Chichester City Council
Residents are being asked to sign the online national book of condolence and a physical book has been opened in the East Pallant House offices.
Those unable to access the online book can send a message of condolences to the Chairperson’s Office, Room 102, West Sussex County Council, County Hall, Chichester, PO19 1RQ.
For those wishing to lay flowers in memory of the Queen, Paradise, the green space in the cathedral’s 600-year-old cloister, has been reserved as a place of reflection.
- Mid Sussex Borough Council
The Council has said details on how to pay respects to the Queen will be announced in due course.
However, Burgess Hill residents may leave flowers and cards in the War Memorial Garden.
A book of condolences was also created at the Help Point of the town hall.
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