Can you spot yourself on day one of Suffolk's Jubilee celebrations?
- Credit: Sarah Lucy Brown
Families could be seen enjoying a right royal knees-up on the first day of celebrations for The Queen's Platinum Jubilee in Suffolk.
From busy street parties to colourful parades and a bomber fly-past, thousands made their way to events taking place across the county on Thursday, June 2.
This is the first day of the four-day bank holiday weekend to mark The Queen's 70th year on the throne.
In Felixstowe, the town was awash with Union Jack flags as hundreds lined up to watch the Jubilee March parade.
Elsewhere, at Whitehouse Baptist Church, near Ipswich, a fun-filled community day was in full swing.
Families could also be seen basking in the sun at Sparrow's Nest in Lowestoft as Britain's most easterly jubilee party took centre stage.