What do children make of the Diamond Jubilee? Fred has been asking them some tricky questions....
People in Kent have held a Royal street party for the second year running. Last year one was held to celebrate the Royal Wedding.
One of the stars of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee River Thames Pageant has returned to Kent today for the next phase of her restoration.
The people of Abingdon-on-Thames have been celebrating too, but in their own unique way. The town has marked every Royal occasion for the last 250 years with the same special ceremony - it involves thousands of currant buns and a very tall building. Heather Edwards reports.
In Eastbourne, the seafront was the setting for a series of events to mark the Diamond Jubilee. And in Horsham one of the Queen's most devoted followers put on a special exhibition of her photographs of the monarch. A round-up from Malcolm Shaw.
People living in Locks Heath held a street party to mark the Diamond Jubilee.
Jonathan Queen married Deborah Lester today. The ceremony took place in Petersfield. The couple found each other on Facebook nine months ago.
Hundreds of streets across the Meridian region are closed as communities come together to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. Villagers from Bucklebury in Berkshire have been out in force, as Andrew Pate reports.
Hundreds of children turned out for a Jubilee street party at Botley in Hampshire. And all wore impressive crowns during the day.