Book of condolences for the Queen opened at Anglesey gallery she opened

ANGLESEY residents can share their feelings over the passing of  Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth –  at the gallery she opened.

A Book of Condolences for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has been made available to the public at Oriel Môn in Llangefni.

Her Majesty officially opened the museum and art gallery on October 25, 1991.

Residents can pay their respects and leave a personal message at the Oriel from 9 – 5pm, from Monday to Friday, or 10am – 5pm, Saturday and Sunday.

Anglesey Chief Executive Dylan J Williams said: “Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II touched the hearts and lives of millions of people across the world.

“Her lifetime commitment to public service over many decades is to be admired and respected.

“Our thoughts and deepest sympathies are with her children, the Royal Family and everyone affected by her loss.

“Many Anglesey residents will remember notable visits of Her Majesty to officially open Ysgol Gyfun Llangefni and Oriel Môn and most recently when visiting the Island during the Golden Jubilee.

“We welcome members of the public to visit the Oriel where they will have the opportunity to pay their respects.”

North Wales Chronicle | Anglesey