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    Share your memories of Queen Elizabeth II in our online Book of Condolence .

    The Queen was Patron for over 500 organisations in her lifetime, from charities and military associations to professional bodies and public service organisations. Supporting and encouraging public and voluntary service through Patronages was one of the most important aspects of The Queen’s work.

    At CTA we know that many of you will have memories or reflections you would like to share.   We would encourage you to do so by leaving a message in our online Book of Condolence.

    If you would like to share any images or photos we will be creating a gallery, send images to comms@ctauk.org please ensure you have permission for any images to be shared.

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    • R J King ( WO1 rtd-RN) - Veteran

      07:14 26th September 2022

      I served your majesty and country for 28 years in the Royal Navy. It was an honour to have met you twice and a guard of honour at the long missed Royal Tournament. My service was nothing compared to yours for this country. From Rating to Senior Officer you made us feel we were your servicemen and interested in the person. With out sounding disrespectful.
      Your were the best commander I have ever served under. You will be sorely missed to all who’s cap and rank badge bore your crown.
      God look after our Queen.
      God save the King.

    • Lisa Frazer - Manor Community Transport

      06:23 21st September 2022

      You’ve done your duty – now’s the time to rest in peace x

    • Angela Canham - Epping Forest & Harlow Community Transport

      09:12 20th September 2022

      You have done an amazing job, you’ve been dignified, respectful and your strength through your life has been courageous…… Your job is done and you did it well… You did right by your people… you always have…never doubt that, and we as a nation mourn you. Now it’s time for you to live another life with your beloved husband Philip in heaven. RIP Sadly missed but forever in our hearts xxx
      We will support King Charles, all in our hearts.

    • Len Harding - AGE CONCERN FAKENHAM

      19:57 19th September 2022

      Once again the Queen has brought the country together. She has been inspiration to all of us. Now is the time for us all to support King Charles 111 god save the King.

    • Martin Howe - 5 CMDT.

      19:02 19th September 2022

      Rest in Peace.
      Our queen was the kindest most supportive person we could all wish for as our monarch.
      She will be remembered fondly not only by our great nation but by the whole world.

    • Bruce Evans - Great North Air Ambulance

      17:28 19th September 2022

      So sorry to see you go, you were a lovely lady and as an ex-serviceman was lucky to have met you.

    • Andrew Grieve - CT4N Charitable Trust

      10:32 19th September 2022

      To the best Queen any country wish to have with her quiet authority and dignity she represented the best of Great Britain and the Commonwealth.
      Rest in Peace our Nobel Majesty

    • George Redpath - Lowestoft & Yarmouth RUFC

      07:21 19th September 2022

      Thank you Mam, wishing you a safe onward journey with your beloved Prince Philip.

    • Nick Warrick - Lerryn Area Minibus Association (LAMA)

      03:32 19th September 2022

      I remember meeting the Queen when I was a junior officer and she laughed at a poor joke of mine. She was visiting RAF Wattisham and I was introduced as working at the small site on the other side of the airfield. I confided in her that we liked to think of Wattisham as that small site on the other side of the airfield. Her gentle chuckle was genuine and her smile lit up her face. She then said seriously that all the jobs we did were important. She was attentive to everyone. I also remember the work that went into preparing for her visit. Stones were painted white and every toilet was immaculate, just in case! God bless you for a life well spent.

    • Emma Calthorpe - Total Training UK

      21:52 18th September 2022

      Queen Elizabeth ll
      May you now rest in peace with your beloved Philip.
      Millions of people across the world will sadly miss you.
      A truly wonderful woman.

    • George Ritchie - Three Shires Driving Centre Ltd

      15:00 18th September 2022

      My memories stem from childhood in the 1960s, when the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh were due to come to Scotland for their summer holidays we would look out for the HS748 of the Queens flight, or the big plane with the red tail!.
      We lived across the valley from Aberdeen airport, about two miles away, and when we saw the aeroplane we would watch it land and then go to the end of the farm road and wait patiently to wave to them.
      If they used that road, they had two options, they never let us down, they always waved and smiled.
      Fondly remembered.

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