A wood to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee is to be planted on the Chatsworth Estate in Derbyshire.
A mile-long flotilla of boats sailed down the River Humber tonight for the first time since Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee.
Beacons are lit across the Calendar region to continue the Jubilee celebrations
The Princess Royal is visiting York to officially open a new community Diamond Wood at the University of York as part of the celebrations to mark The Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
The Woodland Trust chose the 60 acre site at Kimberlow Hill as one of just 60 Diamond Woods in the UK - one for each year of the Queen's reign. The site will become home to a range of wildlife and provide an open space for people to visit.
The Princess Royal will plant a ceremonial oak tree to officially declare it open.
Troops on standby to perform the 21 gun salute in honour of the Queen's official birthday at Museum Gardens in York.
The former Hull MP said there had been a "complete disregard" for the conditions of the stewards, who were forced to sleep in the cold under London Bridge in the early hours of Sunday morning during the jubilee celebrations.
The Labour peer warned the incident could set the tone for the treatment of workers during the Olympics. He said Home Secretary Theresa May should look at the conditions of employment by companies like Close Protection UK, who provided stewards during the weekend.
The unpaid labourers were brought in as part of the Government's Work Programme, under which unemployed jobseekers must take up placements in order to continue receiving benefits.
The lit Jubilee Beacon at Westwood Farm, Golcar, Huddersfield could be seen throughout the Colne Valley.
Ripon in North Yorkshire celebrated its royal connections in a unique way today. Clergy at the Cathedral have staged a street party not outside, but inside the historic walls.
Special guests were invited - all with their own personal memories of royal visits to North Yorkshire, including one man who's made it his life's work to record royal visitors down the decades. Chris Kiddey reports.
A two minute silence has been held in memory of three young children who died in a house fire in Bridlington 18 months ago. Almost one hundred neighbours and friends held a £5,000 street party to honour William Beale, his brother Anthony and sister Maddie.
The residents won a competition to stage Britain's best Jubilee party and the cash prize helped them stage the party aimed at putting their tragic past behind them. The children's mum, Samantha Hudson, survived the blaze but is in a care home unable to speak, walk or eat.
We spoke to Sue Smith who organised it.
Over the weekend there has been one long party to celebrate her majesty's 60 year reign. From street parties, to pageants to pyrotechnics we have had it all. Here is a look at some of the highlights
Across the world more than 4,200 Diamond Jubilee beacons were lit last night in celebration of the Queen's 60 years on the throne. Around 200 of them were in the Calendar region, and our cameras were out and about to capture the spirit of the occasion. John Shires reports.