Grantham Museum to offer book of condolence for Margaret Thatcher

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A condolence book will be in place at Grantham Museum from tomorrow (Tuesday) where people can leave their tributes to Margaret Thatcher.

The Grantham Community Heritage Association, which runs Grantham Museum, is inviting comments from anyone wishing to leave one.

In a statement issued minutes ago, GCHA spokesman Helen Goral said: “GCHA are very said to hear the news of the passing of Baroness Thatcher. We’d like to extend our sincere condolences to her family and friends.

“As the first female Prime Minister we want to ensure her legacy is honoured in the most appropriate way and will be doing this in a number of ways that we will be announcing shortly.

“There will be a condolence book in the museum from tomorrow if people would like to come and sign it.”

* For more on the life of Margaret Thatcher, both here in Grantham and during her years in politics see our 16-page special supplement in Friday’s Journal

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