More than 50 000 people flocked to the beach at Bournemouth to cheer on their football team as they celebrated promotion to the Premier League
Our reporter Sarah Gomme was there to witness the historic day
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe thanks fans and his team for all the hard work and support this season.
AFC Bournemouth fans are celebrating their historic promotion with an open top bus parade through the town.
The Cherries are showing their appreciation for the support the town has shown Eddie Howe's squad.
They head to the Premier League next season as champions, an unprecedented feat for this small seaside club.
Thousands of fans are lining the streets as their bus travels from Boscombe to Bournemouth pier.
AFC Bournemouth fans will celebrate their historic promotion with an open top bus parade through the town today.
The Cherries will show their appreciation for the support the town has shown Eddie Howe's squad.
Thousands of fans are expected to line the streets as it travels from Boscombe to Bournemouth pier from 11am.
Meridian will be there too and you can see our report on this evening's news.
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Prince George gave an adorable wave on the way into the Lindo Wing to meet his new baby sister.
Dressed in matching outfits, his father Prince William planted a kiss on his head as they headed into the hospital.
It is thought his mother Kate will bring the new baby home later today.
A great afternoon for Bournemouth ending the season not just with automatic promotion but as the Championship leaders.
They beat Charlton 3 - 0 while this morning's leaders Watford could only manage a 1 - 1 draw against Sheffield Wednesday.
Bournemouth have won the Championship after a 3-0 win at Charlton and Watford drew with Sheffield Wednesday.
Brentford ensured a play-off place after beating Wigan 3-0 and Derby missed out after losing to Reading 3-0 away.