Northumberland County Council are asking members of the public for their thoughts on a permanent memorial to honour Queen Elizabeth II.
Following the death of Her Majesty the Queen, the council turned to the public to consider whether a commemorative memorial should be in place.
The royal funeral has prompted Northumberland Council to mark plans for a permanent spot of remembrance at a place the Queen often visited.
Residents can have their say and let the council know their thoughts on the idea by taking part in a short, online consultation.
The consultation, which can be viewed through this link is available to residents until October 19.
Councillor Glen Sanderson, leader of Northumberland County Council, said: “I’m sure we all felt the shock and sadness of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and I think the events of the past fortnight showed us once again how much love there was and still is for her.
“Queen Elizabeth II touched the hearts and lives of so many people and we want to ensure this memorial is a place for all; a place where our residents and visitors can go to remember this great monarch.
“I do hope people can spare a few moments to let us know their thoughts. The results will be invaluable in helping us decide what form any memorial or memorials should take.”