St George's Day looks very different this year as the coronavirus outbreak has put a stop to all outdoor celebrations.
Usually, streets across The Midlands would be lined with people, but despite the lockdown, many of you have been getting creative at home.
Wayne Downes from Aldridge says his garden bar is "all decked out" to celebrate the day.
Tanya Jane has a created a colourful display in her front window in the West Midlands.
Lorraine Carr, from Birmingham, has been designing their own dragons.
Stephanie Brookes from West Bridgford, Nottingham has decorated her window with hearts in traditional St George's Day colours.
Michelle Wilkes from Stoke-on-Trent said: "We've dressed our boss Donna Wood up as St George in an outfit made by the residents. We've had a great day celebrating and many laughs have been had."
Douglas Court Care Home in Derby say they've been painting and are having a tea party in the garden.
Rachael Topham said: "Celebrating in our garden on this gorgeous sunny day, proudly flying our flag. Happy St George’s Day everyone from Nottingham."
Lee Anthony Beet said: "My sisters Cherise's Rainbow she made for The NHS workers to show her support for St George's day."