Posted: Wed 28th Sep 2022

Messages of condolence to HM Queen Elizabeth to be preserved as historical record for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Wednesday, Sep 28th, 2022

Messages of condolence left in memory of HM Queen Elizabeth II will be preserved as a historical record how how Wrexham mourned.

Dozens of flowers have been laid on a bench on Queens Square following the death of the late Queen Elizabeth earlier this month.

Over the coming days the flowers will start to be removed, with Wrexham Council stating that the “flowers are gradually starting to wilt”.

Many of the flowers left in memory of HM Queen Elizabeth included touching messages from members of the public about what her reign meant to them.

A spokesperson for Wrexham Council said: “All messages left with the flowers will be collected and preserved as a fitting tribute and historical record of how Wrexham mourned the loss of Britain’s longest serving monarch.

“We’d like to thank everyone who left flowers on Queens Square – it was a kind and thoughtful act that helped demonstrate how much the Queen meant to us here in Wrexham.”

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