Wearing a mask of the Queen's face leads the procession along the High Street.
Followed by the school children carrying colourful Olympic torches which they had made.
Many of the villagers and friends in fancy dress joined the procession.
Joining in the day's celebrations!
Villagers and friends in the procession - another view.
The judges of the fancy dress competition - both colourfully attired.
Delicious slices were served with tea or coffee by Marcel and Graham.
In the foreground, the judges contemplate.
The winner, with Elizabeth Palmer.
Our MP with Sue Curran, Chairman of the Tilshead Diamond Jubilee Association.
John Glen MP speaking at the Jubilee celebrations.
Running one of the many stalls set up around the edge of the playing field.
Lots of children enjoyed decorating their own bags with a Union Jack motif. A great success.
Claire Whitely with her ducks, geese and sheepdogs.
Added an exotic note and a real splash of colour to the arena.
- The Egg and Spoon race.
The Morris Dancers.
(from the left): Standing - Russ Lee, Robert Leachman, Attila Sonkoly. Seated - Debbie Lee, Hilda Renshaw, Sue Curran (Chairman), Tanis Painter.