STREET parties held in celebration of the Queen’s platinum jubilee have come to an end.

Residents from across Sussex took to the streets to pay tribute to the long-serving monarch with food and drink, dancing, games and more.

In Becket Road in Worthing, residents of all ages took part in a range of activities including a drag contest, a bake-off competition, coconut shy and sports day activities.

There was also a paddling pool, an ice cream van and a tug of war competition.

Elsewhere, residents of Tidy Street in Brighton joined forces for a range of activities including table football, hopscotch and more.

Brighton and Hove City Council approved 81 road closures for street parties across the long weekend.

The parties ranged in time, with some lasting as long as 12 hours.

In London, Prince William and Kate Middleton attended a street party to the surprise of the other guests.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge made an unannounced visit to the Ladbroke Grove street party on Sunday, before heading to the Platinum pageant at Buckingham Palace.