Is there a Diamond Jubilee street party in your road?

Is there a party happening in your area? These are the ones we know about! Credit: Google Maps

Hundreds of streets will be closed across the region this weekend for a Bank Holiday of Diamond Jubilee Celebrations.

To help viewers find their local party, ITV Central has created a special Google Map with all the street parties that we know about.

If you're having or attending one over the weekend, we'd love to hear about it - email us your photos to: and they could appear on the website.

Here's some information on some of the parties that we know about:

Saturday 2nd June

Southam in Warwickshire will be celebrating with a street party starting at midday, with food, games and live music.

Stafford will host a 1950s themed party, which begins at 10:00am.

In Birmingham, a range of celebrations will take place across the city, from the city centre to Cannon Hill Park.

Tamworth Castle will have a bandstand, street magic and face painting from 12:00pm.

In the East Midlands, celebrations at Central Park in Leicestershire will feature vintage stalls and hand made crafts.

At The Grand Pavilion Matlock Bath in Derbyshire, there will be an open Arts Exhibition.

And people in Nottingham can visit the Rufford Gallery for a Right Royal Extravaganza - a gallery featuring memorabilia of The Queen.

Sunday 3rd June

The Thames Pageant is the key part of London's celebrations, but the village of Kibworth in Leicestershire has found a way of bringing the pageant to the Midlands, by turning their local pub into the "Kibworth Regatta" for their street party.

Clumber Park in Derby will attempt to create the longest piece of string bunting and Northampton's Town & County Big Jubilee Picnic begins at midday.

Today, the whole country can take part in The Jubilee Big Lunch, the Big Lunch at Blakesley Hall will involve garden games and the Alcester Street Party in Warwickshire will feature a parade led by Redditch Sea Cadet Band.

Monday 4th June

Tonight over 4,000 Beacons will be lit across United Kingdom, Channel Islands, Isle of Man, Commonwealth and overseas territories.

In the Midlands, Flash Primary School in Buxton will be lighting their own Beacon, the National Water Sports Centre in Nottingham will hold a Beacon celebration with fireworks across the lake, along with the the largest Hindu temple in Europe, the Shri Venkateswara Temple of UK in Dudley.

Tuesday 5th June

Chatsworth House have a 1950s inspired party taking place across the weekend, and the Brookfields Garden centre will be holding cup cake workshops and a sunflower growing competition.

At Shugborough Hall, they are inviting everyone to be King and Queen for a day with the opportunity to dress up and enter the "Best Crown" competition.

And the Black Country Museum are having a good old fashioned street party.

National Express will be taking a vintage Number 60 Bus around Birmingham and surrounding areas for a party on the top deck.

And The Blist Hills Victorian Town in Ironbridge will pay tribute to The Queen with a range of celebrations, including hosting ITV Central's special Diamond Jubilee programme, presented by Bob Warman and Lucy Kite.