Sixty beacons were ignited along Hadrian's Wall last night to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
Thousands of punters flocked to Carlisle Racecourse today to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee with one of her favourite pastimes.
76 year old Joss Naylor plans to run 30 miles to mark the Queen's Jubilee
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Around 120 people have celebrated the Queen's Diamond Jubilee at a party in Stobo, Peebleshire.
A bonfire was lit which had flames leaping 40ft into the air.
Around 330 schoolchildren are having a giant picnic to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee at Edenside Primary School at Kelso, in the Scottish Borders
More than 100 people attended a party on Lismore Street in Carlisle. It was one of hundreds of street party's to take place over the past few days.
Celebrations are continuing today, with schoolchildren in the Scottish Borders taking part in events at several schools.
The crowd at Carlisle Racecourse is estimated at just over four thousand for today's Jubilee race meeting.
Punters celebrating the Jubilee at the special meeting at Carlisle Racecourse.