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Falkirk joins historic events as King Charles III is proclaimed the new monarch

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The district of Falkirk played its part in a historic occasion for the country as Charles III was proclaimed King, following the death of Queen Elizabeth.

The short ceremony took place on the steps of Callendar House in Falkirk with members of Falkirk Council looking on as Chief Executive Kenneth Lawrie made the historic announcement.

It was one of several formal declarations that were made across the country, repeating the proclamation of the accession that was made in London on Saturday. Read more: People of Falkirk pay tribute to the Queen as they sign the book of condolences Mr Lawrie was joined by the Vice Lord Lieutenant of Stirling and Falkirk, Colonel Alastair Campbell.After the proclamation, Provost Robert Bissett led the crowd who had gathered to witness the historic moment in "three cheers" for His Majesty the King.Before the proclamation, councillors also went into the elegant drawing room of Callendar House, to add their names to the book of condolences.

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