H&F pays its respects to loved ones affected by coronavirus outbreak

Hammersmith & Fulham Council has launched an online book of remembrance for residents to pay respects and share tributes to relatives, friends and loved ones lost to the terrible coronavirus.

Cllr Stephen Cowan, Leader of the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham, said: “Sadly, many of us have now experienced losing relatives and loves to this terrible virus. My heart goes out to all.

“To remember them, we have set up a book of remembrance for families and friends to send in dedications to loved ones.”

Flags at half mast

From tonight the council will also be lowering flags over Hammersmith Town Hall (Thursday 23 April) between 7pm and 9pm in memory of all those who have lost their lives to the coronavirus pandemic.

Cllr Cowan added: “To remember them, every Thursday evening, we will fly the flags over the Town Hall at half-mast to coincide with the national clap for carers.”

See the H&F Book of Remembrance 

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