Advice has been issued for people wanting to leave condolences for the late Prince Philip.
The Duke of Edinburgh passed away on Friday aged 99 and The Royal Family is asking that no books of condolence are to be made available in public buildings for people to sign in person.
People are asked to leave their condolence via the official online Book of Condolence on the Royal website: https://www.royal.uk/
In the first instance, it is hoped that those without internet access can be assisted by friends or family members to help them leave their condolences online.
As an alternative option for people who do not have access to the internet or the support of friends or family and who feel passionate about leaving a condolence message, Cumbria County Council set up a Freepost address where members of the public can place their written condolence in an envelope and send it to Cumbria County Council for free by addressing their envelope to: FREEPOST CUMBRIA COUNTY COUNCIL.
All condolence messages received will be collated and archived at Cumbria Archives with a letter from the Lord-Lieutenant of Cumbria addressed to HM The Queen.