Businesses, charities, groups, and councils in the UK have been announcing their "marks of respect" following the death of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II.
Center Parcs, the holiday village destination announced yesterday that guests arriving on Monday, which is the day of the British Queen's funeral would not be allowed to check in and they were recommended not to travel.
Following the announcement of the date of the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, we have made the decision to close all our UK villages on Monday 19 September at 10am as a mark of respect and to allow as many of our colleagues as possible to be part of this historic moment. 1/2
— Center Parcs UK (@CenterParcsUK) September 13, 2022
While guests who were already there would be asked to leave for 24 hours. The group then backtracked to say residents would be locked in their cabins before another clarification stated they would be allowed walk around but no facilities would be open.
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Some food banks have announced they won't be operating on the day of Britain's Queen's funeral on Monday - as a mark of respect.
Latest figures suggest there are more than 2.1 million people using food banks in the UK - a 1,500% increase from 10 years ago.
In other marks of respect announced, Guinea Pig Awareness Week has been pushed back two weeks, it was due to take place during the 10-day mourning period for the death of the British Monarch.
Remember: it’s disrespectful to be aware of guinea pigs this week. pic.twitter.com/ZEB5ZNqTUq
— GrieveWatch (@GrieveWatch) September 13, 2022
The supermarket Morrisons said it would be turning down the volume of the "beep" in its checkouts as a mark of respect to the British Queen.
British Cycling a body that promotes cycling in the UK is recommending not going for a bike ride on the day of the funeral.
This evening, we’ve revised our guidance for cycling events and activities on Monday 19 September.
Read more: https://t.co/Q5vG08Fcdj pic.twitter.com/ti0lAcPJi1
— British Cycling (@BritishCycling) September 13, 2022
Norwich City Council added a sign to some bike racks saying that if bicycles were chained to the railing during the mourning period they would be removed.
Previously, the UK Met Office said it would only do daily forecasts and warnings.
We are saddened by the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Our thoughts are with her family and all those affected by this news.
As a mark of respect during this time of national mourning we will only be posting daily forecasts and warnings.
— Met Office (@metoffice) September 9, 2022
Heathrow says it's delaying some of its flights to ensure silence during a procession for Britain's Queen.
Flights between 1:50 pm and 3.40 pm will be affected as the coffin is moved from Buckingham Palace in London to Westminster Hall.
The airport's also warning of further changes to its schedule on Monday, the day of the funeral.