Berkshire has been celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in style as residents entered day two of the long bank holiday weekend.

Street parties, park gatherings and concerts were spread across Wokingham, Bracknell, Windsor and more.

One took place in St John’s Street, Reading, where Claire Price and two neighbours organized a Bake Off Competition, an egg and spoon race, live band and donought eating contest.

“It’s been great. People have been so excited over the last few days, we just couldn’t wait for it to get started. It’s been wonderful, a great turnout,” said Claire.

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“It’s a big thing the Queen’s 70th jubilee which is fantastic and I a lot of people think she’s done a great job, but also it’s about community and I think the Queen is very keen on getting people involved.

“It’s been a hard two years with everybody not being able to go out so this is a fantastic opportunity to get everyone meeting new neighbors.”

Slough Observer: Residents of St John's Road serve PimmsResidents of St John's Road serve Pimms

A Festival of Food kicked off in South Hill Park, Bracknell, for the first of three days, including a busy line-up of arts activities and tours of the Mansion House available.

“The Centre for Arts, Business and Community is delighted to welcome back the festival, to commemorate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee,” said Margaretha Welsford, Director of Sales and Marketing.

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“With food and craft stalls and a line up of fantastic tribute acts, this free to the public event is a real celebration for all the family.”

Tribute Acts could also be found at The Jubilee Tribute Concert in the Abbey Ruins, Reading, where Ed Sheeran, Queen and The Beatles were played by talented musicians.

Organiser Toby Mullins, of Legacy Live, said: “The space is fantastic, we are so lucky to be able to do something here. It’s very rare that events like this get to take place in the Abbey Ruins because of the stature of it for Reading.

“I was very proud to be asked by the council to do this.”

Slough Observer: A band plays in St John's Road on the roof of The RetreatA band plays in St John's Road on the roof of The Retreat

A concert also took place at Windsor Castle, as well as a jubilee jamboree at its learning centre.

Live music, corgi crafting and picnics took place, alongside workshops in the State Departments.

Children were able to dress up and learn about the coronation in the castle itself.

“It was very busy, the busiest we’ve had for family activities at the castle, which is very encouraging,” said Gordon Ferguson, Learning Manager for Windsor Castle.

“They were making 3D corgis, coloring the queen or even writing letters to the Queen which we will pass on.”