Nottinghamshire residents are able to sign a book of condolence at County Hall in West Bridgford from tomorrow (Tuesday 17 November) to pay their respects to the victims and their families of the Paris terrorist attacks.
Public buildings run by the County Council will support the minute’s silence at 11am today (Monday 16 November), including main office sites, libraries and country parks, and the Council will fly the Union flag at County Hall at half-mast.
The Leader of the Council, Councillor Alan Rhodes, is also writing to the Mayor of Paris to express his regret at the recent events and to confirm his support to stand united with the people of France against acts of terror.
Councillor Rhodes said: “We are all shocked and horrified about the attacks that took place on Friday night in Paris and our thoughts are with the families of the victims who lost their lives in these incidents.
“Local people can pay tribute to the victims and give messages of support for their families by signing a book of condolence at County Hall.”