Published: Friday, 9th September 2022
The Mayor of the Borough of King's Lynn & West Norfolk will read the Proclamation of the Accession outside the Town Hall in King's Lynn on Sunday, 11 September at 1.30pm.
The Principal Proclamation will be made on Saturday, 10 September, at 11am at St James's Palace and at noon at the Royal Exchange in the City of London. Flags will be raised to full mast at this point.
The Proclamation will then be read in Belfast, Edinburgh and Cardiff on Sunday, 11 September between noon and 12.30pm.
The High Sheriff will make the Norfolk Proclamation on the steps of County Hall at 1:00pm, followed by The Mayor, Cllr Lesley Bambridge making the Proclamation outside the Town Hall in King's Lynn at 1.30pm.
All are welcome to attend this reading, and at the end Mayor will call for those present to give three cheers to the King.
The book of condolence will be open in the Town hall before and after the Proclamation for people to leave a comment if they wish.
The flag will be returned to half mast at 1:45pm and will remain there until the day after the funeral.
A short Service of Reflection and Prayer, will be held at King's Lynn Minster at 2pm on Sunday, following the Proclamation.