A book of condolence to honour the memory of Sir Terry Wogan was opened today, giving Buckinghamshire residents a chance to leave their tributes.

SIR TERRY WOGAN: A life in pictures.

Sir Terry Wogan, who lived in the county for 40 years, died on Sunday at the age of 77 after a short battle with cancer.

Tributes have flooded in since his death, with Buckinghamshire County Council now opening a book of condolence to honour his life.

BCC chairman Bill Chapple OBE is inviting visitors to sign and leave their messages and memories of veteran broadcaster Sir Terry, who was a Deputy Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire.

The book is available for members of the public to sign for the next two weeks at the reception desk in County Hall, Aylesbury.