09 September
Her Majesty The Queen


Books of condolence are now available in West Lothian Civic Centre and all of West Lothian's partnership centres in Armadale, Bathgate, Blackburn, Broxburn, East Calder, Fauldhouse, Linlithgow and Livingston North.

Local residents can also share their memories and tributes to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II via an online book of condolence at Book of Condolence

Members of the public can lay floral or other tributes at the war memorials at West Lothian Civic Centre in Livingston or any other war memorial across West Lothian. 

Any cards or tributes laid will be collected the day after the state funeral and sent to West Lothian Council's archives alongside the books of condolence.  

Provost Cathy Muldoon said: "There has a been a genuine outpouring of grief in West Lothian as well as across Britain and the Commonwealth following the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

"Anyone who wishes to sign our books of condolence can do so online, or in person at West Lothian Civic Centre in Livingston or any of our eight partnership centres across West Lothian.

"This will allow the views of West Lothian residents to be shared with the Royal Family and preserved for posterity."