One of the UK's biggest street parties, which took place in Alcester, has been a booming success.
Alcester town centre became a royal place of celebrations today, as thousands of local residents congregated to mark the Queen's jubilee.
Steve Payne, the High Bailiff and official representative of the Queen, said: " As Alcester always does, we're all here to have a good time.
"This is a celebration that brings the town together and everyone's joining in to mark a special day for the nation."
People have flocked to Alcester today to take part in the town's jubilee lunch. Bunting, picnic tables and gazebos have taken over the town as the residents come out to brave the weather and celebrate the diamond jubilee.
Steve Payne, the Queen's official representative in Alcester, says the weather won't hinder the celebration.