Chiddingfold marked the Platinum Jubilee with celebrations over the four-day bank-holiday weekend.

Villagers turned out for maypole dancing, plate smashing and a giant picnic on the green. The celebrations kicked off at 8pm on June 2 with drinks and the lighting of a Jubilee beacon.

Friends, families and neighbours enjoyed a picnic on the green on June 3, and celebratory crowds were entertained by live music and local acts including Eloise Carter at Chiddfest on June 4.

The Chiddingfold Village Fete and the Jubilee Big Lunch Street Party provided friendship, food and fun on June 5, as people turned out to enjoy stalls, delicious food and a programme of arena events.

Box Broadband supported the village fete and Chiddfest through sponsorship, and colleagues Jason Kerry and Emily Jackson pitched a stall on the day of the fete.

Steve Garrood, commercial director for Box Broadband, said: “It was a pleasure to have a part to play in such a momentous occasion for Queen and country.”

Andrew Steward, one of the event organisers, said: “The organisers of the Chiddingfold Platinum Jubilee weekend celebrations would like to express their appreciation to all those who supported our Jubilee celebrations which enabled local communities to join together and pay tribute to Her Majesty.”