I can't believe it is more than two years ago since we held our street party.
The good news is that many of the organisers still come together to arrange events in the street - the next one is in December with 'Carols by Candlelight' - such a lovely legacy.
The big day dawned for our street party and guess what?
The sun came out.
There may have been a chill wind blowing but the sun shone from the time we started putting out the tables, through the festivities, and finally setting at around 8pm when we packed away.
It was a wonderful day, organised on a whim by one of our neighbours who pushed a piece of paper through everyone's door asking if anyone would be interested in having a street party.
That was three weeks ago and more than 20 people arrived for the first meeting.
My mum was one of the chief organisers and I helped her out on the craft table where we helped the younger children decorate bunting and make crowns.
We even got a visit from our Olympic Torchbearer, Nick Giles who patiently waited while everyone in the street had their photo taken with him and the torch.
Every child uner 16 was given a medal to remember the event.
Overall, a wonderful day.
Here's to the next Jubilee in ten year's time.
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