Villages in Sevenoaks celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee
VILLAGES surrounding Sevenoaks started the Jubilee celebrations in style.
Despite being the first day of fun and games over the long weekend, events on Saturday June 2 were more than just warm up acts.
In Otford a solar system planet walk around their famous recreation ground model, was held for children and their families.
Joel Pyman, 7 of Orchard Road, Otford signed up for the space adventure walk with his four-year-old sister Serena.
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He said: "It will be fun I'm going to go to all of the planets."
Meanwhile in the village hall club room, Otford Historical Society created a '60 years of Otford' exhibition.
The Coxcombe Fair in Ightham had all sorts of fun and games on offer as well as music, food and a dog show.
Jackie Blundell of Fen Pond Road, was at the fair with Ightham Scouts and said it is nice to see all the organisations coming together.
In Eynsford the village hall was full of cakes, plants and cups of tea for sale, followed by a performance by the Riverside Players.
Paula Wheeler, of Eynsford Rise said: "The Jubilee has produced a lot of interesting things in Eynsford, we are really enjoying it."
While in Underriver wellie wanging and egg and spoon races were among the activities on offer.
Kim Harris of Old Coach Road, Underriver said: "The event has been really good and great for families. It encourages the community to come together."
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