5 June 2012
Last updated at 14:18
Thousands of beacons were lit around the world on Monday night to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. The Petersfield beacon consisted of a burning crown floating on Petersfield Lake.
One of the Jubilee beacons lit on Monday was in Colden Park, in the village of Colden Common, near Winchester.
A 21-gun salute was fired at Fort Nelson near Fareham - one of hundreds of events around Hampshire and the Isle of Wight to mark the Diamond Jubilee.
Residents of Archery Close in Eastleigh were among those holding street parties and celebrations to mark the Queen's 60 years on the throne.
Hundreds of people were in party mood for Jubilee celebrations in Winchester's Broadway
Flags and bunting were flapping in the wind as the party got started at Selsey Avenue in Southsea, Portsmouth.
Even the pets were getting into the party spirit with this dog dressed for the occasion in Portsmouth.
Brother and sister George, two, (left) and Martha Morrow, five, enjoy the festivities at the Big Jubilee Lunch in Botley
Trish Badham ensured she was decked out in red, white and blue as she attended a street party in Nether Wallop.
Stephanie Hallas said her mother was especially proud of her Jubilee-themed cupcakes made at her house in Totton.
Four-year-old Poppy was snapped by Simon Burgess enjoying herself at a street party in Nether Wallop.
Party-goers in Portsmouth inspect their Jubilee-themed cake before it is devoured by guests.
Photographer Simon Burgess caught these two police officers posing with "The Queen" in Hampshire.
Marjorie Prest, 93, the oldest resident of the High Street, Seaview, Isle of Wight, cut the first slice on a giant union flag celebration cake.