Communities across SE1 staged street parties on Monday to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
One of the largest parties was held on Bermondsey Street where the street was closed to traffic throughout the afternoon and live music was performed in the forecourt of the White Cube Bermondsey gallery.
At Avondale Square the jubilee festivities were combined with celebrations to mark the estate's 50th anniversary.
In Roupell Street entertainment at the Lambeth Estate Residents' Association event included a Punch and Judy show.
On the Rochester Estate residents enjoyed a jubilee cake provided by Konditor & Cook.
The United St Saviour's Charity alone has funded 38 Jubilee parties and Olympic events in the borough at a total cost of over £30,000.
"We received £5 of applications for every £1 that we had available for jubilee parties and we are only sorry we could not fund every application we received," said Camilla McGibbon, chair of the grants committee.
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