People from across the West Country will be uniting today (9 September) to pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II.
The period of royal mourning will be observed from now until seven days after the Queen's funeral.
What is happening across the West Country today to commemorate Her Majesty the Queen?
There will be a gun salute at 1pm at HMS Drake at Devonport, the Naval Base in Plymouth.
There will also be a gun salute at 1pm at Stonehenge in Wiltshire.
Bells will be rung at midday in churches and cathedrals across the region, including Exeter Cathedral and Gloucester Cathedral.
Some of the places you can sign a book of condolences
County Hall, Truro
St John's Hall, Penzance
Dolcoath Council Office, Camborne
Council Offices, Penwinnick Road, St Austell
Luxstowe House, Liskeard
Follaton House in Totnes
Newton Place in Newton Abbot
Mayor's Parlour, The Guildhall, Butchers Row, Barnstaple
Bristol Cathedral and City Hall. Those who wish to lay a floral tribute are asked to do so on the West End of Bristol Cathedral.
South Gloucestershire Council's Badminton Road offices in Yate
Civic Centre Kingswood
Town Hall and Castlewood
Wiltshire Council's e-book of condolences
There is also a national book of condolences available online for the public to sign
The period of official public mourning is expected to be 11 days, beginning after Her Majesty's death on Thursday.
The Queen’s son and successor, King Charles III, spoke of his grief soon after Buckingham Palace announced the death of the 96-year-old monarch, who died “peacefully” on Thursday afternoon at Balmoral.
A series of customaries will continue to mark the death of the sovereign, before the Queen is laid to rest in a state funeral.
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