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Monday, 3 June, 2002, 17:51 GMT 18:51 UK
In pictures: Street party time
The Golden Jubilee has brought community spirit back to England with parties up and down the land.

Here is a snapshot of the Blue Peter Jubilee Party in Centenary Square, Birmingham, attended by up to 20,000 people.

And one smaller street party in Graham Road, Yardley, Birmingham:

Crowds at the Blue Peter Jubilee Party, Centenary Square, Birmingham
Crowds celebrate the reign despite the rain

Boys at the Graham Road Jubilee Party
Boys just want to have fun at the street party

Performers at Centenary Square, Birmingham, lead the audience in singing God Save the Queen.
The performers and crowd sang God Save the Queen

Children playing games at the Graham Road Jubilee Party
Musical chairs is still a favourite

Crowd watch the entertainment in Centenary Square, Birmingham.
About 20,000 braved the weather to party

Stuart McCafferty and his son Owen at the Graham Road Jubilee Party
Dad and son lap up the fun in the sun

Crowd at Centenary Square watch Blue Peter Jubilee Party
Fans enjoy watching their idols perform

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