Galloway Road in Fleetwood held a street party for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee

Street party fun in Fleetwood for Queen's Platinum Jubilee

There were street parties all over the country and across the Fylde coast celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee – and here’s the one that took place in Galloway Road, Fleetwood.

The huge party was a great success, with red, white and blue bunting across the street and a long table full of food.

There was a even a special crowning ceremony, with the street’s longest established resident, Mrs Christine Riley, being crowned Queen.

Christine even brought along a corgi for the occasion, while one of her friends wore a special tiara, as her lady-in-waiting.

Rachel Johnson, a resident of Galloway Road, said: “Everyone had a great time.“There were speeches, a toast to the Queen and and everyone sang God Save the Queen.

"The street looked amazing, the rain held off and the sun shone, it was a fantastic day which none of us will ever forget.”

Another resident, Adam Diver, said: “The community spirit on this street has been incredible, everyone helped make the day a huge success on a historic day.”

Christine even brought along a corgi for the occasion, while one of her friends wore a special tiara, as her lady-in-waiting.

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