Throughout her sixty years on the throne the Queen has lived in the Anglia region, watched her family grow up here and enjoyed a whole range of events.
Over the years we have turned out in our thousands to say hello to her Majesty, and ITV Anglia has caught many of those moments on film.
Remember, you can send us pictures of your Jubilee celebrations to email@example.com.Read the full story ›
Scientists from a Cambridge based institution have a tea party and Jubilee games on the South PoleRead the full story ›
Hundreds of beacons have been lit across the Anglia region to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.Read the full story ›
The Scouts lit Britain's most easterly beacon at Lowestoft in Suffolk as hundreds turned out to watch in Sparrow's Nest Gardens.
Hundreds of people turned out to one of the highest spots in the Anglia region, Dunstable Downs, to witness the lighting of a Jubilee Beacon. Historically the site has been used for warning beacons since the time of the Spanish Armada in 1588 because it can be seen for miles around.
Choristers from our region are preparing to sing for the Queen today as Jubilee celebrations continue. Among those at St Paul's in London will be Alasdair Austin from Jesus College Choir in Cambridge and Edward Birchinall from Ely Cathedral.
The Norwich City Hall beacon was lit by 7-year-old Harriet Samuel from Spixworth near Norwich. She was selected from the crowd by council officials to light the flame. Harriet was wearing a Union Flag as a cloak and a matching head-scarf.
The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Royal Pageant has been hailed a huge success. Dozens of vessels from the Anglia region took part.Read the full story ›
It was Jubilee celebrations with a military feel in Essex as two army wives from Colchester Garrison organised a party in the park.Read the full story ›