Final preparations are being made tonight for the Queen's visit to St.Ives and St.Michael's Mount tomorrow.
Road blocks will be in place and there'll be tight security, but it's hoped locals and holidaymakers alike will turn out to see the Royal party.
It's the first time the Queen has been to St.Ives. Although, as our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy reports, she nearly made it two years ago:
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.
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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.
Hundreds of people turned out in red, white and blue to celebrate the Jubilee in Exmouth's Manor Gardens. Here's what a few of them had to say
Exmouth has been celebrating with the town's annual festival moved to coincide with the jubilee.
There were big crowds in the town's Manor Gardens. The party was set to go on all day and into the night with a firework display planned after their beacon is lit.
One group from Plymouth has been celebrating the Diamond Jubilee in one of the remotest places on earth - and had this message for the Queen.