BROMSGROVE residents can leave floral tributes to the Queen on the Bandstand at Sanders Park.

Bromsgrove District Council has set up an area to leave floral tributes for The Queen at the Bandstand in sanders Park.

The council has advised that tributes left in other locations may be moved to the bandstand and flowers will remain for two weeks before being removed.

Chief Executive of Bromsgrove District Council, Kevin Dicks, said: "The councillors and officers of Bromsgrove District Council are deeply saddened at the news of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth ll.

“Our thoughts go out to the Royal Family at this very sad time.

"We know that the residents of Bromsgrove District will want to share their condolences, memories and tributes to The Queen as a sign of mourning.

"God bless The Queen; may she rest in peace."

Bromsgrove Advertiser: Bromsgrove Liberal Democrats left flowers the Bandstand. Bromsgrove Liberal Democrats left flowers the Bandstand. (Image: Bromsgrove Lib Dems.)

Chairman of Bromsgrove District Council, Cllr Rod Laight, said: “As chairman, on behalf of the council and residents of Bromsgrove District, I send my condolences to the Royal Family at this sad time.

"We are shocked and upset by the passing of our Sovereign, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth ll, may she rest in peace.

"The passing of Her Majesty the Queen is a great loss to our country.”

The Union Flag is being flown at half-mast until the morning after the Queen's funeral on Monday, September 19.

A book of condolence for residents to pay their respects and show their support for the Royal Family is open.

Residents can sign a book in person at Parkside from 9 am to 5 pm including over the weekend of September 17 and 18 or sign an online book of condolence for Worcestershire here:

People may also want to make a charitable donation. with local authorities in the county suggesting residents donate to the Worcestershire Community Foundation.