The North of Tyne Combined Authority would like to express our profound sadness on receiving notification of the death of Her Majesty The Queen.

Her dedication to duty and service to the people of United Kingdom and Commonwealth is without measure.

On behalf of the residents of Newcastle, North Tyneside, and Northumberland, we would like to extend our sincere condolences to members of the Royal Family.

The public can share their condolences via the Royal family webpage at, and books of condolence have been opened across the region.

Jamie Driscoll's signature

Jamie Driscoll
North of Tyne Mayor

Henry Kippin's signature
Henry Kippin
Chief Executive Officer

Books of condolence across the North of Tyne

Civic Centre (Arches reception) and City Library (Level 1, beside blue glass entrance).
Further information here.

North Tyneside
Quadrant at Cobalt Business Park, and Customer First Centres in North Shields, Wallsend, Whitley Bay and the White Swan Centre in Killingworth.
Further information here.

Alnwick Library, Alnwick Leisure Centre, Ashington Library in the leisure centre, Bedlington Library, Berwick Library, Berwick Leisure Centre, Blyth Library, Blyth Sports Centre, Hexham Library in Queens Hall, Concordia Leisure Centre, Ponteland Leisure Centre, Wentworth Leisure Centre, Morpeth Riverside Leisure Centre and Morpeth County Hall.
Further information here.