At Council buildings, books of condolence are now available for colleagues to express their tributes to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Between the hours of 8.30 and 6 in the morning and at the Coventry Cathedral, books may be signed.
On the Council website, you can also access a virtual book :
Over the upcoming weeks, the books will continue to be accessible. In order to honour Her Majesty nationally, they will then be sent to Buckingham Palace.
Floral Tributes in Coventry Catherdral
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II passed away, and Coventry Cathedral is asking people to leave floral tributes and take a minute of silence in memory of her.
Many people have already come to the Cathedral Ruins to leave flowers at the altar end.
Every day from 8 am to 6 pm, visitors may leave floral offerings at the Cathedral Ruins.
Following the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, a Special Meeting of Coventry City Council will be held.
The meeting will start at 2:00 PM on Tuesday in the Council Chamber in the Council House (13 September).
The Special Meeting’s goal is to make it possible to honour Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
The Council Leader, Cllr. George Duggins, will make a motion during the meeting, and the Leader of the Opposition Conservative Party, Cllr. Gary Ridley, will second it.
There will also be a chance for honorary aldermen and alderwomen to pay respects.
The meeting will be broadcast live online on the Council website, and anybody is welcome to attend.