National minute's silence in memory of HRH Prince Philip observed in Haringey
The Mayor of Haringey, Cllr Adam Jogee, observed the national one minute's silence on behalf of the borough's residents at 3pm on Saturday (17 April) as a mark of respect to His Royal Highness Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh.
Cllr Jogee was joined by the Deputy Lieutenant of Haringey, Captain Peter Baker RNR, RD.
The Mayor said:
It was an honour to lead the borough in a national minute silence to mark the death of the Duke of Edinburgh.
Prince Philip served our country - and the Commonwealth - for seven decades, including in the fight against fascism during World War Two. And by any measure, his was a life well lived.
It is never easy to lose a loved one and doing so in the middle of a global pandemic, as so many have in recent months, is especially difficult and testing.
My thoughts and condolences, alongside those of many in our community, are with the Queen and all her family at this difficult time.
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