WIRRAL has opened a book of condolence in tribute to Nelson Mandela.
The book of condolence is at Wallasey Town Hall in memory of former the South African president and anti-apartheid campaigner.
His release from prison in 1990 is commemorated with a plaque in the foyer of the Town Hall, died last Thursday aged 95.
Leader of Wirral Council, Cllr Phil Davies, said: “Nelson Mandela was a man of principles and peace, his message of reconciliation has a strong resonance today.
“I know many local people have been saddened by his death, and want to express their sympathies and their appreciation, in some way.
“We hope our book of condolence will enable them to do so.”
The book of condolence will be open from 9am to 5pm weekdays, at Wallasey Town Hall on Brighton Street.