King Charles III will be proclaimed as King in a series of public ceremonies across the country on Sunday.
Events open to the public will be held at both County Hall in West Bridgford, and at Old Market Square in Nottingham.
At County Hall at 1pm Sir John Peace, the Lord Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire, will lead the tributes to Queen Elizabeth II.
The proclamation of the King will be delivered by the High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire, Paul Southby. Members of the public are invited to attend from 12.15pm.
A number of invited guests and special dignitaries will be in attendance at the ceremony, which will take place on the banks of the River Trent close to the hall’s flagpoles.
Flags at County Hall, which are currently flying at half-mast, will be raised to full-mast for the two days of national and local proclamations.
In Old Market Square, Nottingham, the proclamation will be read at 2pm.
It will be delivered by the Lord Mayor of Nottingham, Cllr Wendy Smith, in front of the Council House. Sir John Peace, and the High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire, will again be in attendance.
The proclamation will be interpreted by a British Sign Language interpreter from Nottinghamshire Deaf Society.
The flag on the Council House, which is currently flying at half-mast, will be raised to full-mast for the two days of national and local proclamations on Saturday and Sunday. It will then return to half-mast and will remain so until 8am the day after the funeral.