ANIMALS will join the party as a community comes together to mark the Queen’s Jubilee.
The Robin Todd Centre, in South Hetton, is hosting activities on Tuesday from noon until 4pm.
They include a birds of prey display and petting farm visit, live bands and circus skills, and an exhibition of portraits of the Queen’s created by children.
Community groups have been invited to run craft stalls.
There will also be street dancers and fairground rides.
A performance of the National Anthem will be held during the afternoon, with the parish council backing the party with a Union flag flower display.
There will be a children’s disco and karaoke from 6.30pm.