Anne Taylor's Academy of Dance perform at Cayton's Jubilee Fun Day.

IN PICTURES: 23 pictures of Platinum Jubilee celebrations in and around Scarborough

Scalby, Cayton and Friarage got into the Jubilee mood this weekend to celebrate the Queen.

By Louise Hollingsworth
Monday, 6th June 2022, 12:44 pm
Updated Monday, 6th June 2022, 12:47 pm

In Scalby, a big street party took place on the High Street. Coast and County Radio provided music with their trailer.

In Cayton, a Jubilee Fun Day was organised at the playing fields. There was live music, bird of prey displays, a bouncy castle and performances from Anne Taylor's Academy of Dance. There was also mini challenges, such as a fun run, a football challenge and a cycling challenge.

At Friarage Community Primary School, children and staff got to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee with face painting and selfies with a cardboard cut out of the Queen. Children also recieved a special Jubilee coin from Councillor Janet Jefferson.

There are more photos from these events, and others, in The Scarborough News, out on Thursday June 9.

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