Coventry heads Queen's Diamond Jubilee street party list
More applications to hold street parties for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee have been made in Coventry than any other city outside of London.
The Local Government Association (LGA) said Coventry City Council already had 58 applications for road closures with two months to go.
Some 25 street parties were held in the city to mark last year's Royal wedding.
The LGA said councils across the country had received about 6,500 applications in all.
It added that that was 1,000 more than had been requested to celebrate the marriage of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
The leading county so far is Hertfordshire with 160 applications while Richmond, with 98, heads the London boroughs.
Street parties could take place over the Bank Holiday weekend of the Queen's official birthday in June.