There are many ways you can get involved in Her Majesty The Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations in 2022.
The UK has a long history of organised street parties to celebrate national events. Why not organise one for your neighbours for the Platinum Jubilee?
You're welcome to host parties right across the bank holiday weekend, or as part of The Big Jubilee Lunch (see below). Read guidance on how to host a street party.
If you're planning to host a street party, you can share the details for people to find out more on our interactive map.
If you are a local authority, you can encourage these events by promoting them on your communications channels and facilitating any necessary road closures.
All events must comply with the public health guidance in place at the time.
To coincide with the Platinum Jubilee, The Big Jubilee Lunch will be taking place on Sunday 5 June.
Every year since the idea began in 2009, The Big Lunch has encouraged communities to celebrate their connections and get to know each other a little bit better.
Following the success of the first Big Jubilee Lunch, to celebrate Her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee in 2012, The Big Lunch will bring the Jubilee celebrations into the heart of every community again in 2022.
The UK has a long tradition of celebrating Royal Jubilees, Weddings and Coronations through beacon lighting. You could light beacons or get involved in beacon lighting within your communities on the evening of 2 June.
You can plant trees from October 2021 (when the tree planting season begins) through to the end of the Jubilee year in 2022 as part of the Queen's Green Canopy.
Download the official Platinum Jubilee emblem. It is free of charge, and can be used for all activities associated with the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, including community and national events, publications, social media, retail and merchandising.
Join the Platinum Jubilee conversation by sharing your events, activities, tributes and creativity using the hashtags #PlatinumJubilee and #HM70 and tagging @DCMS on Twitter or @dcmsgovuk on Instagram and Facebook.