Communities across Barnet were out in force to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

Events took place across the borough with roads filled with bunting and Union flags and closed off for street parties.

Neighbours joined together for the historic occasion tucking into cream teas and sandwiches while entertained with live music.

Residents of Briarfield Avenue in Finchley held a street party which included a specially-themed cake, music, and bouncy castles, while in Avondale Avenue in North Finchley, a street party helped raised £2,400 for the Ukraine humanitarian appeal organised by the Disasters Emergency Appeal.

Times Series: Avondale Avenue. Credit: Nick TaylorAvondale Avenue. Credit: Nick Taylor

Times Series: Cake contributed by Cllr Eva Greenspan in Briarfield Avenue. Credit: Linda SavinCake contributed by Cllr Eva Greenspan in Briarfield Avenue. Credit: Linda Savin

In Penshurst Gardens in Edgware, neighbours lined a table in the street for food while raising money for ADDISS, a charity helping children and adults with ADHD in Barnet.

Times Series: Penhurst Gardens. Credit: Jacob Gersch Penhurst Gardens. Credit: Jacob Gersch

Metropolitan police officers visited numerous street parties across the borough and in one clip an officer can be seen partying with residents while Time of My Life from Dirty Dancing plays.

Indoor picnics were held at St Peter's church in Cricklewood and St John's in West Hendon; both attended by deputy lieutenant of Barnet, Martin Russell.

A Jubilee picnic was also held at Barnet Church Green in High Barnet while Barnet Council hosted a funday at Golders Hill Park, and a pageant was held at RAF Hendon.