As the country mourns the sad passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, this Book of Condolences provides an opportunity for those working in the youth service sector to reflect on her legacy and offer their condolences to the Royal Family.


Barnaby Bradford

Youth comittee

Thank you for being a wonderful Queen and thank you for all the Christmas speeches you gave us for all the people to hear.

Mark Aylward

Children's world

It was a shock to the world to hear the sad new of her majesty the queen passing. A woman who, no matter what would be happening in Britain, could keep everyone in a calm state of mind, and helped us all through it.
While not everyone may have had a personal meeting with the queen, we all had that special connection, one that we all knew was there, and one that was so viciously cut.
Her majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, will go down in history as one of the greats, one of those people will look back to to learn from, and if there is one person to every aspire to look up to, it was her, and if there is a person to learn from, its her.
May she rest happily in peace.

lorraine lambert

princes trust

I would like to convey my deepest sympathy to HM King Charles 3 and all of the royal family, losing a loved one is never easy but to lose such an amazing women as your mother, our Queen is such a blow to the whole nation and we mourn with you.

thank you for letting us share your wonderful mother for all these years
with its of love from all of my family to yours

Lorraine and family xxx

Joanne Charlton

Oxhill youth club

We are deeply saddened by the passing our majesty the queen, we will be forever grateful for our letter we received from the Queen this year to congratulate us on our 60th anniversary of our youth club. I am truly grateful for attending the queen diamond jubilee party at the palace that was a memory I will treasure forever.
Thank you for your commitment to our country RIP

Kaival Singh

London Fire Brigade

RIP your Majesty, you will not be forgotten. x

John Wood


You be deeply missed it was a privallge to meet you when my nan worked on the police as head chef.
Your now with your beloved mum and prince Philip sleep real
John wood

Blake Harmer

Bournemouth Youth Marching Band

As a member of the Youth Band family, many of us had the pleasure of performing for the late Queen. It was an honour and my thoughts and prayers go out to all of the queens family.

Sue Rahman

2nd & 4th Hutton Rainbows

It is with great sorrow that we heard of the passing of our Queen.The girls had very much enjoyed learning about her and joining in the Jubilee celebrations this year.

We are all grateful for the memories they will have of this and the badges they gained during this time will be memories for them to share in the future.

Terry Maguire

Business For Youth in Newton Le Willows

We are all very saddened of the news of our Majesty’s passing. A truly dignified and gracious leader that created so much love and respect throughout our nation❤️🌻

Gemma Aitchison

YES Matters UK

In a world dominated with the idea that the male gender stereotypes are what makes a good leader, you were the example to boys and girls alike that was not true. You were a female leader respected around the world. An important legacy in a world that tells girls they are unreliable witnesses to their own experiences, a world that tells them their words do not matter and nor does their safety simply because they are girls. You were the example of that not being true.

Mark Sumner

Braunton youth club

Thank you

Penny Baker

Krunch South West

All of us at Krunch South West are so sad to hear the news of Queen Elizabeth’s passing. She has been an inspiration to us, to the Nation and to the Commonwealth. Our aim is to emulate her dedication to duty, her humour, her faith and her steadfastness through all of the trials she has faced. The country and the world will miss her. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of her family at this sad time and our hope is that her legacy will live on through her family, especailly our new King.

Lisa Wright

Central Bedfordshire Youth Voice

Goodnight Ma’am and thank you for your 70 years of faultless service. Gone but never forgotten, you devoted your life to ruling our country fairly, faithfully and fully. I wish you the best among the stars.

Hazel McConnell

Corby Netball Club

Our club are saddened to hear of the passing of our beloved Queen Elizabeth who served our country with complete dedication .
She will be missed greatly by so many people may our Queen rest in peace with her beloved Philip. X

Trudi Halls

Mancroft Advice Project

I am very saddened to hear of the passing of Her Majesty The Queen. She was an amazing ambassador for the UK. and was a real inspiration for so many people. My thoughts go out to the whole of the Royal family at this difficult time. May she Rest in Peace.

Graham Vernon

Burnley Boys and Girls Club

Our hearts are full sorrow and loss for a truly wonderful and perfect person, her words of wisdom and kindness touched everyone, some of our younger members thought of her majesty as a real life super hero and she was to us all in so many different ways. Long may she reign in our hearts. Her strength and determination is now with us all including all of her family. God bless and God Save The King.

Wendy Hall

Trafford Youth Justice

It is a sadder England and world without you at our sides. You have served your country and its people and the the world relentlessly, even when you yourself was troubled and had lost those you loved. Our respect and admiration for your loyalty is unbounding. May you be re united with those you have lost and you shall reign in hearts for all time.

Lee Ritchie

London Youth

I wanted to share my deepest condolences to the Royal Family at this time. Queen Elizabeth II and her family have done so much for young people over the years, which our sector will always be grateful for.

I would like to thank the Queen for her service to this country.


Chris Scott

Heartland youth for Christ

Her majesty was an incredible example of humility and service she will be greatly missed. May she rise in glory

susan james

1st Northbrook Rainbows and Brownies

Do not stand at my grave and weep
I am not there. I do not sleep.
I am a thousand winds that blow.
I am the diamond glints on snow.
I am the sunlight on ripened grain.
I am the gentle autumn rain.
When you awaken in the morning’s hush
I am the swift uplifting rush
Of quiet birds in circled flight.
I am the soft stars that shine at night.
Do not stand at my grave and cry;
I am not there. I did not die

Dawn FOX

Fullcircle nw CIC

I am saddened to hear of the passing of Her Majesty The Queen. My thoughts go out to the whole of the Royal family at this difficult time. May she Rest in Peace.

Juliana Chapman


Dear Ma’am,

You were and inspiration to women and girls throughout the world. You worked until the end, with once of your jobs being an engineer! Breaking down barriers you saw the world change drastically and you changed with it. You had many unusual issues to deal with! Problems with family member’s conduct, problems within the government and their conduct, a global pandemic. You dealt with them well, as a sovereign, a daughter, wife, mother and grandmother. As a Guyanese person, part of the Empire growing up. We appreciate you and you will never be forgot.

Yours sincerely

The Raymans, Chapmans and all at FutureNEW CIC

Breda Leyne

Cogito Development Projects Limited

A huge loss for our country. Someone who has commanded universal respect for integrity and dedication. RIP your Majesty.

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