A butcher from Devon is celebrating the Queen's Platinum Jubilee with a display made entirely of meat.
Don Vaughan, one of the butchers at Lloyd Maunder Butchers in Paignton, created the commemorative display with meat mince, liver, pork and steak meat in honour of Her Majesty.
The butcher, who has been in the trade for 44 years, said he spent a good six hours on Wednesday night (June 1) preparing the Union Flag and Crown commemorative display so it could be ready in time for the four-day Jubilee Weekend.
Don said the display will stay in the window of the Victoria Street shop for the next two days.
He said: "I've done things like this before. I have been in the trade for years and I love doing stuff like that.
"I just worked through the night last night to get it ready. We thought we'd do something special for the Queen's Jubilee."
The butcher also created similar displays made entirely out of meat for the Red Arrows when they came to Paignton and to celebrate Jack Maunder, the son of the shop's owner when he made it to the first team with Exeter Chiefs.