TOWNS and villages across the Vale were resplendent in red, white and blue to mark the coronation of King Charles III.
Despite some patchy weather across the weekend, thousands took part in celebrations to mark the historic moment.
Picnics, street parties and more took place to mark the occasion, with people encouraged to pay tribute to the King – as well as Queen Camilla – throughout the bank holiday weekend.
And celebrate they did, with the Vale showing off its creativity with a host of events, including a homemade coronation carriage and miles of bunting on show.
In Mere, Betty Ingram organised a party at her home, with one guest seeing her third coronation, as she is aged over 100.
Elsewhere, hundreds turned out for a special meal and picnics in Zeals, while villagers in Bradford Abbas had the perfect photo opportunity with a phonebox turned into a coronation carriage.
The Bryanston Riding for the Disabled Association held a special coronation event for riders, while the Kilmington Home Guard Club was the venue for a bumper party.
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