Nelson Mandela book of condolence

By on 06/12/2013 in News

Anyone wishing to pay tribute to former South African president Nelson Mandela following his death yesterday (December 5) can do so by signing a book of condolence, established by Birmingham City Council.

The book is available just inside the main entrance of the Council House in Victoria Square.

Contributions can be added whenever the main entrance of the building is open. The book will be closed on December 15 to coincide with his funeral, burial and the period of mourning being observed in South Africa.

Entries will be compiled and bound before being sent to Mr Mandela’s family on behalf of the city of Birmingham.

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  1. Maarten says:

    We lost him who made history, changed generations and our future.

    May his legacy live on in our hearts and doing.

    Maarten
    (The Netherlands)

  2. Jane says:

    Thank you for organising this. How long will it be available for?

  3. H S Virk says:

    Your name will live longer than the memory of man, if man could learn from your wisdom then his knowledge would be a gift.

  4. Elaine says:

    I feel priviledged to have breathed the same air as Mr Nelson Mandela. God used Nelson Mandela to show the whole world that true forgiveness and love is the only way to living a meaningful, peaceful, and prosperous life. Mr Mandela’s spirit lives on.

  5. vilma says:

    What a man! gone but not forgotten, You have left us a great legacy.

    I hope that it will not be in vain. I hope Someone will rise up to take up the baton and run with it.

    The vision, the dream, the humanness, the big heart

    Rest in peace my brother

  6. Marcia Daley says:

    Gone, but not forgotten – your memory is engraved in history.

  7. Ashbell Dryden says:

    I am deeply saden to hear of the passing of Nelson Mandela, his qualities is liken to Moses who lead his people to the promised land.

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