A Reading of the Proclamation ceremony for King Charles III has been held at 2pm today, on Sunday 11 September at the Flagpole on the Front Lawn of the Old Palace at Bromley Civic Centre.

Residents wishing to hear the Proclamation can view this online - this followed the national proclamation of the new monarch, Charles III, yesterday.

The Mayor of Bromley, the Leader of the Council, and the Chief Executive assembled at the flagpole and The Mayor, Cllr Hannah Gray, read the Proclamation to invited guests, with members of the public also attending. 


If were unable to join us for this event, the Proclamation was live-streamed via the Bromley Council website and the recording is available by visiting https://www.bromley.gov.uk/councilmeetingslive

The Proclamation followed the one-minute silence held at the Civic Centre on Friday 9 September. Bromley joins the Nation in mourning at the sad loss of Her Majesty, The Queen

Books of Condolence are available at the Civic Centre and at the following library locations during opening hours:

An area for memorial tribute flowers has been created in Queens Gardens in Bromley where flowers can be laid, where the Mayor of Bromley and the Deputy Mayor laid flowers on behalf of the Council and residents.

Residents and visitors laying flowers in Queens Gardens are asked to remove packaging or wrapping from flowers before laying the flowers down, with a bin nearby for this waste if needed.  It is also asked that artefacts are not left with any of the flowers.  


Published: 11th September 2022