Platinum Jubilee: Your pictures of street parties, pets and cakes as the UK celebrates 70 years of the Queen | UK News


All around the UK millions of people have been getting into the Jubilee spirit this weekend – and taking some amazing pictures!

From street parties and picnics to fancy dress and baking, the public have turned out in force to celebrate the Queen’s historic 70-year reign.

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There were Platinum-grade parties:

Taken at a street party in Droylsden, Manchester. Supplied by Catherine Blackbourn
Taken at a street party in Droylsden, Manchester. Supplied by Catherine Blackbourn
"Frankie John aged 2". Worthing, West Sussex. Supplied by Sarah Farley
Frankie John, two, from Worthing. Supplied by Sarah Farley
"Doreen and the gang" Camden, London
Celebrating in style in Camden, London

And pets dressed up fit for a royal party…

"My girls loving their Jubilee makes". Castleford. Supplied by Rachel Longfellow.
Rachel Longfellow, from Castleford, says the girls are loving their Jubilee makes
Hugo the Daxi at a jubilee party in Arco Da Calheta Funchal Madeira. Supplied by Amanda Thornsby
Norman’s friend Hugo the Daxi also got into the Jubilee mood
"10 month old working cocker spaniel Bo from St. Helens Merseyside. Celebrating the jubilee weekend camping in Pembrokeshire with Liverpool canoe club". Supplied by Sarah Gille, St Helens, Merseyside
Bo, a 10-month-old working cocker spaniel from St Helens in Merseyside, looking quite the part. Supplied by Sarah Gille

And, of course, Jubilee-themed cakes!

Compton Crescent, Northolt. Supplied by Linda Bode
Getting into the Jubilee spirit with this Queen-themed cake! Supplied by Linda Bode, Compton Crescent, Northolt
Cake competition Bodelwyddan village’s party in the park to celebrate the platinum jubilee. Supplied by Sarah Joyce
An amazing cake competition entry seen at Bodelwyddan village’s party in the park in Wales. Supplied by Sarah Joyce


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