Children take to the skies on Jubilee flight
Children from all over the North East were treated to a special flight over the region today as part of the ongoing Jubilee Celebrations.
Items were stolen from a Jubilee flower festival at St Nicholas Cathedral in Newcastle ahead of the bank holiday weekend.
The Queen hosted a lunch at Westminster Hall today for people who work in trades and professions. Among the guests was Jane Atkinson from Teesside.
The Infinity Bridge in Stockton-on-Tees was lit up last night as part of the Jubilee celebrations.
One of the 4,000 Commonwealth beacons was lit, and spectators enjoyed a light show and fireworks.
Andrew Rasmussen, 19, from Norton sent in these pictures:
Middlesbrough lit one of 4,000 beacons across the Commonwealth last night to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
Teacher Joyce Bramley had the honour of lighting the beacon next to the iconic Transporter Bridge at 10:15pm.
Joyce, who has worked at Overfields Primary School for over 35 years, was nominated for the event by the school's Deputy Headteacher David Hodgson. She was then chosen to light the beacon by Middlesbrough Council.
Joyce said: “It was a privilege and an honour to be chosen to light the beacon. I am glowing with pride. I have lived in Middlesbrough all my life and it is the place to be.”
A woman from Teesside who's inspired young people into industry has been invited to a special Jubilee lunch attended by the Queen.
Jane Atkinson from Teesside based company Sembcorp's been invited to the Livery Lunch in Westminster Hall.
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Henry of Wales will also attend.
A small number of representatives from sponsoring livery companies will be present at the lunch.
The vast majority of the guest list of approximately 700 comprises people from all over the country whose trade, craft or profession is represented by one of the many different liveries taking part in the event, together with the charities, schools and other organisations they support.
Tynemouth Metro Station has hosted a special Diamond Jubilee festival.
The free event was opened by North Tyneside Mayor Linda Arkley, and was an afternoon packed with family entertainment.
Visitors were also able to admire the newly renovated historic roof, which has taken a year to complete at a cost of around £3.6 million.
The station is officially re-opening in July.
It was a double celebration at Tynemouth Metro Station today.
The venue has had a £3.6 million refurbishment to its historic Grade II listed roof. The project has taken over a year to complete.
The station also hosted a party to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
North Tyneside Mayor, Linda Arkley was at the event.
People celebrate the Jubilee with a street party at Ridsdale and West Woodburn in Northumberland.
Friends and neighbours hosted a Jubilee street party on Valley Road in Northallerton yesterday.
Around 100 people turned up for the afternoon festivities, which had crown making, a bouncy castle, and an egg and spoon race.