at 1pm on Sunday 11th September, the High Sheriff, Debbie Brock, will read the Proclamation of our new Sovereign, His Majesty, The King, Charles III.
At 1pm on Sunday 11 September, on the steps of Exhibition Suite, Market Square, Aylesbury HP20 1TX, the High Sheriff, Debbie Brock, will read the Proclamation of our new Sovereign, His Majesty, The King, Charles III.
The Lord Lieutenant, The Countess Howe will open the event and invite the High Sheriff to read the Proclamation accession speech. The High Sheriff will briefly give a speech before reading the Proclamation. At the end of the Proclamation, the High Sheriff will call for three cheers for His Majesty the King.
Citizens are welcome to attend the reading. Parking on the day is free in all Council-owned car parks. Spectators are asked to approach Market Square on foot.
Anyone attending this event may also want to lay flowers or tributes at the temporary memorial next to The Queen Elizabeth II statue in Market Square (next to the steps of Metro Bank).
For people who cannot attend the reading, it will be live streamed on Facebook and can be viewed here: https://www.facebook.com/BucksCouncil/
Council-owned car parks across the rest of Buckinghamshire are also free on Sunday 11 September so people can attend town and parish Proclamation events at 3.30pm.