The villages of Goring and Streatley, separated by the Thames and in two different counties, joined together in spectacular style.Read the full story ›
An actress playing young Elizabeth was a special guest at a 1940s party in Eastbourne. People were transported back to the years before the Princess became Queen at the Redoubt Fortress and military museum on the town's seafront.
The people of Ashford in Kent have been using the jubilee as an excuse to get to know their neighbours.
Partygoers in Deal in Kent looked back to the Coronation with a 1950s style tea party to celebrate the jubilee.
An Oxford street has come together for a jubilee street party.Read the full story ›
The residents of Hadow Road in Oxford come together to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee. They've set out to create memories for life and use it to strengthen community spirit.
The Dover tattoo takes place for the first time in 20 years in honour of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
More than 1,800 local people from businesses, schools, charities and other organisations entered floats in the carnival - the first time it has been held for 15 years. A well-crafted model of the town's landmark red-and-white lighthouse at Beachy Head was among the floats.
Bands, floats and exotically-dressed dancers brought a carnival atmosphere to Eastbourne as it fired up its celebrations to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. Hundreds of people crowded on to pavements to witness a colourful procession of floats weave their way up the seafront.