Sign book of condolence for those lost in Paris attacks


A book of condolence in memory of those who lost their lives in Paris as a result of the recent terror attacks opens today at County Hall.

Local people are invited to leave their own personal messages in the wake of the atrocities in which latest reports say 129 people lost their lives and more than 350 suffered injuries.

To leave a message, you can visit the County Council’s main reception in Walton Street, Aylesbury due office hours.

The book of condolence will be open until Friday November 27, after which the pages will be bound and sent with a covering letter from the Chairman of the County Council, Bill Chapple OBE to the Mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo.