Two of Cambridgeshire's Paralympic stars have been in Peterborough.
Olympic long jump gold medallist Greg Rutherford is being honoured with an open-top bus parade through Woburn Sands near Milton Keynes.
A breakfast conference was held at the University of Essex today to discuss the Olympics legacy and how local businesses can benefit.
Olympic javelin thrower Goldie Sayers has tweeted at picture of herself with Cambridge sprinter Jonnie Peacock and St Neots high jumper Robbie Grabarz during the London victory parade.
Sayers, 30, was born in Newmarket and educated at King's School in Ely.
ITV News correspondent Geraint Vincent was left on the ropes as Olympic boxers Anthony Ogogo from Suffolk and Luke Campbell took over the microphone during the Victory Parade in London.
The village of Doddington in Cambridgeshire has been honouring its golden boy- paralympic medalist Jonnie Peacock, with a specially-painted golden post box.
Jonnie, who lost a leg to meningitis as a boy, lives in the village with his mum. His triumph in the 100 metres was one of the highlights of the Games. His mum Linda Roberts had a go at painting the box in front of villagers and children from the local school.
Olympic gold medalist Greg Rutherford from Milton Keynes is among the hundreds of Team GB athletes taking part in the Victory Parade in London.
The bronze-medal winner boxer from Lowestoft, Anthony Ogogo, has been tweeting from the Olympic and Paralympic victory parade in London.
The Paralympics closing ceremony will be held at the Olympic park in Stratford tonight (Sunday 10 September).
Medal winning athletes will lead the celebrations, among them some of our very own golden boys and girls