Brown Edge pay tribute to Prince Philip
Brown edge parish council have paid tribute to
His royal highness, Prince Philip this morning.
Prince Philip Sadly passed away peacefully on Friday morning at Windsor castle a statement from Buckingham palace said.
Brown Edge parish council held a commemoration on Sunday morning to pay tribute to the Prince.
Both the parish council and Staffordshire Moorlands District council laid floral tributes at the flagpole at Bank end.
The parish council has welcomed others to lay floral tributes in the same place.
They say that in line with the Prince’s wishes the flowers will be collected, composted and used to nourish a tree planted in his memory.
The parish council ask that people remove any plastic wrappers to assist in this process.
SMDC cabinet member Councillor Joe Porter lay a floral tribute at the commemoration.
“As a District Councillor, I was honoured to lay a floral tribute to HRH The Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh at Bank End by the new Brown Edge parish flagpole. Thank you to Brown Edge Parish Council for organising this morning's poignant commemoration.”