We take a look at when The Queen came to visit the region during her Diamond Jubilee year.
A collection of pictures sent to us from people around the region enjoying the Queen's Diamond Jubilee
A vast network of Beacons were lit across the West last night to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee
Questions are being asked after a bus load of people from the West Country were stranded in the middle of the night in central London.
They'd travelled to the capital to work as stewards on the day of the Jubilee Pageant on The Thames.
The company that was supposed to be looking after them says the mix-up happened after their coach turned up in London 2 hours early. It has since apologised.
The Leader of Plymouth City Council is calling for an inquiry after unemployed people from the city, hired as unpaid stewards for the Jubilee pageant, were left stranded in London.
A security company has apologised after volunteers on the Government's work programme were dropped off too early and told to sleep under London Bridge.
Jonathan Gibson reports as thousands of people across the Westcountry have been getting into the spirit of the jubilee with four days of celebration.
We've celebrated with street parties, beacons and concerts, all marking sixty years of Her Majesty on the throne.
Schoolchildren across the region have been busy learning about the monarchy from those who witnessed the Coronation first hand.
Pupils in Somerset were joined in class and in song by some of those who've lived throguh the Queen's 60-year reign.
The Queen is hosting a lunch at Westminster Hall in London today, for people representing charities from across the country. Those invited include Nicholas Vincent, who lost his leg in a farm accident eight years ago on Dartmoor.
He's been chosen to represent the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution.
Celebrations continue into the night in Exmouth where one of 4000 beacons around the country has been lit to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.