Almost the whole population of Rowlands Castle in Hampshire turned out to watch a jubilee parade through the village and then sat down to a tea party on the green. Among the special guests was Patricia Rickard, who was the village's Coronation Queen in 1953.
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The South Reading Churches organised the event along Northumberland Avenue. Enough food has been laid on to feed four thousand people. Everyone attending was getting in the spirit, and there was lots to enjoy from music and dancing to face painting.
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Passengers arriving at Gatwick airport are being greeted by pearly kings and queens and a brass band to celebrate the Queen's 60 years on the throne. A street party is also being held for passengers and local charities.
Half a million people are expected to travel through the airport this weekend, many hoping to take part in the festivities.
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Meridian Tonight reporter Charlotte Wilkins is getting into the Jubilee spirit as she reports from Gatwick Airport. You can find your local street party or jubilee event by looking on Meridian's interactive map. Or you can email pictures of your party to email@example.com
It's a big weekend for the country as the Queen marks sixty years on the throne. And the Jubilee celebrations have already begun in Kent where more than six hundred children enjoyed a street party.
It began in rock and roll style, as David Johns explains
It's a big weekend for the country as the Queen marks sixty years on the throne. And the Jubilee celebrations have already begun in Kent where more than six hundred children enjoyed a street party. And it began in rocking style, as David Johns explains.