HUNDREDS of people celebrated the Queen’s 60-year reign with a street party in Great Sutton.
The event was held in the grounds of Whitby Methodist Church and Bridge Meadow.
Families could browse the many stalls selling everything from cards, candy floss and jewellery to toys and cakes.
Party-goers could throw wet sponges at willing participants in stocks – including Detective Constable Mark Ryan of Merseyside Police.
There was plenty to entertain the crowds thanks to Singing Signs signing choir, Escarda Morris Dance, Stage Fright Drama Group, Whitby Colour Guard Club and a Dance North West jive dance display and lesson.
Children had the chance to sit in a fire engine or have a go on the bouncy castle.
The fun continued into the evening with live music and a hog roast.