RESIDENTS of the Bradford district are invited to pay their tributes to Her late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at locations across the district.

Books of condolence opened at 11am today for members of the public to pay their respects and an online book of condolence has also been opened. People can leave a tribute online here:

The Lord Mayor laid flowers on behalf of the city and district in City Park at 11am today and he has also signed the book of condolence in City Hall.

Books of condolence are available at:

Bradford City Hall at the foot of the Civic Staircase

Bingley Area Office, Bingley Town Hall

Ilkley Town Hall

Keighley Town Hall

Shipley Town Hall

For this weekend the books of condolence will be available between 10am and 8pm. The books will remain open for the next few weeks and information about the times they are available will be published.

Residents wishing to lay floral tributes will also be able do so where the books of condolence are located.

A book of condolence will also be open at Bradford Cathedral between 9am and 6pm. The Cathedral will also be open for quite reflection and for people to lay floral tributes.

A national online book of condolence has been opened by Buckingham Palace at

As a mark of respect, and in accordance with national protocol, flags on City Hall and civic buildings across the district will be flown at half-mast. At 12noon today bells on Bradford Cathedral, City Hall and churches across the district will toll for an hour.