Residents young and old have come together across the borough yesterday, Friday, to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

After the first day of street parties on Thursday, there was another day of entertainment through a host of events to mark the Queen sitting on the throne for 70 years.

Crowds filled Victoria Square for a day of fun at the Decades of Music Concert.

The Beatles For Sale tribute band were one of the acts showcasing their talent up until late into the night.

Revellers embraced the occasion with many wearing Union Jack outfits and getting into the spirit of the event.

Over at Leverhulme Park, Be The Change Youth Project welcomed families for an action-packed day of fun, including games to put smiles on youngsters faces.

Neighbours also united in honour of the royal celebration.

One of the most notable parties took place on Purbeck Drive in Lostock where residents put up stalls, with delicious cakes included in the items on offer, and set up an impressive party bus.

The warm atmosphere was at its height with a rousing rendition of the national anthem.

Boltonians certainly know how to put on a party.