Can you spot yourself on day one of Norfolk's Jubilee celebrations?

(L-R) Edward Robinson, Alan Mann, Aurelia Robinson, Elenor Robinson, Lilana Robinson and Gwen Mann c

(L-R) Edward Robinson, Alan Mann, Aurelia Robinson, Elenor Robinson, Lilana Robinson and Gwen Mann celebrating the Queen Platinum Jubilee in Holt. - Credit: Ella Wilkinson

Families could be seen enjoying a right royal knees-up on the first day of celebrations for The Queen's Platinum Jubilee in Norfolk.

From busy street parties to colourful parades and a Spitfire fly-past, thousands made their way to events taking place across the county on Thursday, June 2. 

This is the first day of the four-day bank holiday weekend to mark The Queen's 70th year on the throne.

In Holt, the town was awash with Union Jack flags as families got stuck-in with celebrations.

Elsewhere, in Norwich, children got in the Jubilee spirit by making crowns at Norwich Cathedral's Right Royal Day Out and crowds enjoyed the atmosphere at a street party on King Street, hosted by the Last Pub Standing.

The "first citizen" of Winterton, Terry Byrne, MBE, also kicked off Platinum Jubilee celebrations in the village, standing tall on a vintage military jeep as he read the proclamation.

In Great Yarmouth, 27 Friesian horses paraded down the Golden Mile in a special equine tribute and hundreds turned up for the Summer on the Mag event in Gorleston.

A couple enjoying the Queen's Platinum Jubilee in Holt

A couple enjoying the Queen's Platinum Jubilee in Holt. - Credit: Ella Wilkinson

Newlyweds Freddie and Antonia Ridley-Hughes celebrating the Queen's Platinum Jubilee in Holt

Newlyweds Freddie and Antonia Ridley-Hughes celebrating the Queen's Platinum Jubilee in Holt. - Credit: Ella Wilkinson

The Lady Dannatt MBE cuts the special six tier cake in Holt for the Queen's Jubilee

The Lady Dannatt MBE cuts the special six tier cake in Holt for the Queen's Jubilee - Credit: Ella Wilkinson

Nick Jepson in his Union Jack blazer enjoying the Queen's Jubilee in Holt

Nick Jepson in his Union Jack blazer enjoying the Queen's Jubilee in Holt. - Credit: Ella Wilkinson

Hasanain and Alyson Bash adding their finishing touches to the six tier Jubilee cake

Hasanain and Alyson Bash adding their finishing touches to the six tier Jubilee cake - Credit: Ella Wilkinson

(L-R) Alicia Iskra, Lena Pilatowski, Zofia Iskra and Anna Iskra have created crowns for the Queen's

(L-R) Alicia Iskra, Lena Pilatowski, Zofia Iskra and Anna Iskra have created crowns for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee at Norwich Cathedral's Right Royal Day Out. - Credit: Ella Wilkinson

Children playing with a parachute at Norwich Cathedral's Right Royal day out

Children playing with a parachute at Norwich Cathedral's Right Royal Day Out. - Credit: Ella Wilkinson

Violet celebrating the Queens Platinum jubilee at Norwich Cathedral's Right Royal Day Out

Violet celebrating the Queens Platinum jubilee at Norwich Cathedral's Right Royal Day Out. - Credit: Ella Wilkinson

Ruby wearing the crown she has created at the Right Royal Family Day at Norwich Cathedral

Ruby wearing the crown she has created at the Right Royal Family Day at Norwich Cathedral. - Credit: Ella Wilkinson

Jubilee celebrations get under way in Winterton

Parish councillor Marie Hartley was draped in union flags as jubilee celebrations kicked off in Winterton with 'first citizen' Terry Bryne reading the proclamation from a jeep. - Credit: Liz Coates

Jubilee celebrations get under way in Winterton

People clapped and waved flags after hearing Terry Byrne deliver the official jubilee proclamation in Winterton from the top of a wartime jeep adding to the occasion. - Credit: Liz Coates

jubilee celebrations get under way in Winterton

Villagers turned out in force in Winterton to hear the proclamation read by unofficial town crier Terry Byrne. The crowd then made their way to the village green. - Credit: Liz Coates

Jubilee celebration kick off in Winterton

People gathered at the village green in Winterton to hear Terry Byrne read the jubilee proclamation on June 2. - Credit: Liz Coates

Jubilee celebrations get under way in Winterton

Terry Byrne in Winterton reading the jubilee proclamation on the village green on June 2. - Credit: Liz Coates

The 27 Friesian horses enjoyed the limelight on the Golden Mile.

The 27 Friesian horses enjoyed the limelight on the Golden Mile in Great Yarmouth. - Credit: Lauren De Boise

The 27 Friesian horses enjoyed the limelight on the Golden Mile - Credit: Lauren De Boise

The 27 Friesian horses enjoyed the limelight on the Golden Mile. - Credit: Lauren De Boise

The horses enjoyed their trip to the beach at Great Yarmouth.

The horses enjoyed their trip to the beach at Great Yarmouth. - Credit: Lauren De Boise

Families enjoying the Platinum Jubilee celebrations in Cromer on Thursday.

Families enjoying the Platinum Jubilee celebrations in Cromer on Thursday. - Credit: Ashley Pickering

Families enjoying the Platinum Jubilee celebrations in Cromer on Thursday.

Families enjoying the Platinum Jubilee celebrations in Cromer on Thursday. - Credit: Ashley Pickering

Families enjoying the Platinum Jubilee celebrations in Cromer on Thursday.

Families enjoying the Platinum Jubilee celebrations in Cromer on Thursday. - Credit: Ashley Pickering

Families enjoying the Platinum Jubilee celebrations in Cromer on Thursday.

Families enjoying the Platinum Jubilee celebrations in Cromer on Thursday. - Credit: Ashley Pickering

Families enjoying the Platinum Jubilee celebrations in Cromer on Thursday.

Families enjoying the Platinum Jubilee celebrations in Cromer on Thursday. - Credit: Ashley Pickering

Crowds watch one of the performances at the Summer on the Mag: Platinum Jubilee event in Gorleston.

Crowds watch one of the performances at the Summer on the Mag: Platinum Jubilee event in Gorleston. - Credit: Lauren De Boise

Finley Jinks, 5, and his uncle, Daniel Smith, take part in the Jubilee Pillar art project at the Summer on the Mag.

Finley Jinks, 5, and his uncle, Daniel Smith, take part in the Jubilee Pillar art project at the Summer on the Mag. - Credit: Lauren De Boise

Jack Jarmey, 8, and Jackson Reed, 6, borrow some hats from Norfolk Police at the Summer on the Mag

Jack Jarmey, 8, and Jackson Reed, 6, borrow some hats from Norfolk Police at the Summer on the Mag: Platinum Jubilee event in Gorleston. - Credit: Lauren De Boise

Summer on the Mag: Platinum Jubilee event in Gorleston.

Harrison, 4, tries out the Marble Run game, watched on by Marney, 7. It was part of the Actual Reality Arcade at the Summer on the Mag: Platinum Jubilee event in Gorleston. - Credit: Lauren De Boise

Platinum Jubilee event in Gorleston.

A family enjoy the Whack game at the Laser Run Actual Reality Arcade at the Summer on the Mag: Platinum Jubilee event in Gorleston. - Credit: Lauren De Boise

Crowds enjoy the atmosphere at the Jubilee street party on King Street in Norwich, hosted by the Last Pub Standing.

Crowds enjoy the atmosphere at the Jubilee street party on King Street in Norwich, hosted by the Last Pub Standing. - Credit: Lauren De Boise

Geoff Mayers from Norwich Soul Kitchen at the Jubilee street party on King Street in Norwich

Geoff Mayers from Norwich Soul Kitchen at the Jubilee street party on King Street in Norwich, hosted by the Last Pub Standing. - Credit: Lauren De Boise

Crowds enjoy the atmosphere at the Jubilee street party on King Street in Norwich, hosted by the Last Pub Standing.

Crowds enjoy the atmosphere at the Jubilee street party on King Street in Norwich, hosted by the Last Pub Standing. - Credit: Lauren De Boise

Friends enjoy the atmosphere at the Jubilee street party on King Street in Norwich, hosted by the Last Pub Standing.

Friends enjoy the atmosphere at the Jubilee street party on King Street in Norwich, hosted by the Last Pub Standing. - Credit: Lauren De Boise

Friends enjoy the atmosphere at the Jubilee street party on King Street in Norwich, hosted by the Last Pub Standing.

Friends enjoy the atmosphere at the Jubilee street party on King Street in Norwich, hosted by the Last Pub Standing. - Credit: Lauren De Boise

Ed Le May and Dom Sellars with their Big Fat Community Art Cart, with contributer Elly Lynn, at the Jubilee party Norwich

Ed Le May and Dom Sellars with their Big Fat Community Art Cart, with contributer Elly Lynn, at the Jubilee street party on King Street in Norwich. - Credit: Lauren De Boise

Lalita Kumar and Alexander Bailey outside the Lalita’s Wardrobe stall at the Jubilee street party on King Street in Norwich.

Lalita Kumar and Alexander Bailey outside the Lalita’s Wardrobe stall at the Jubilee street party on King Street in Norwich. - Credit: Lauren De Boise