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Bishop's Stortford's hand-crafted tributes to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II





Tributes from Bishop's Stortford to Queen Elizabeth II have been spotted by mourners admiring the floral tributes to Her Majesty in London.

Green Park is the principal location for laying flowers near Buckingham Palace. Any flowers left at the royal residence have been moved to the 40-acre (16 ha) royal park between Hyde Park and St James's Park, now carpeted with memorials to Her Majesty.

Stortford residents who have made the pilgrimage to the capital to pay their respects spotted flowers from All Saints Church of England Primary School among the blooms. The Parsonage estate pupils' offering included a booklet they created in honour of the Queen.

A yarn bomber's postbox topper, a hand-made card from Hockerill Brownies and flowers from All Saints C of E Primary
A yarn bomber's postbox topper, a hand-made card from Hockerill Brownies and flowers from All Saints C of E Primary

A hand-made card, featuring pictures and messages of condolence from members of the 2nd Hockerill Brownie pack, was also on view. Images of the Queen's beloved corgi dogs featured prominently in the girls' artwork.

In Stortford itself, the creative vein has continued with a yarn-bombing tribute topping a postbox in Parsonage Lane, at the junction with Heath Row. The red Royal Mail pillar box has been adorned with a knitted crown and a hand-crafted representation of the Queen.



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