With communities lighting over 4,000 Beacons tonight, ITV Central has provided some help, to find out what's happening in the Midlands.
Right across the United Kingdom, Channel Islands and the Isle of Man, Commonwealth and UK Overseas Territories, Beacons will be lit tonight to mark Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee.
Using the map you can search for your nearest Beacon by postcode, or place name.
In Brinsford village in Staffordshire, their Beacon, which was made by one of the inmates from HMP Featherstone, will be lit at 10:15pm.
Beacons across the country will be lit between 10:00 and 10:30pm, in Stratford-Upon-Avon a Beacon will be lit at Monument Field on the Welcombe Hills.
In Lincoln, at the Scrivelsby Estate, which is not normally open to the public, the Beacon will be lit by the current 'Queen's Champion', Lt. Col. John Dymoke.
And in Nottingham, a firework display will take place over the water ahead of the Beacon lighting at the National Water Sports Centre.
Beacons are lit as a symbol of unity across towns, borders and countries, and have been used throughout history to celebrate Royal Weddings, Jubilees and Coronations.
The last Beacon in the UK chain will be lit by The Queen at approximately 10:30pm.