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The Jubilee in Beeley
As Britain celebrates the Golden Jubilee, Today broadcast the programme live from the Derbyshire village of Beeley on Monday morning (June 3).

As many villages, towns and cities across the nation, Beeley had an array of celebrations planned to mark 50 years since Queen Elizabeth II's accession to the throne.

Here are some of the images from our morning with the local community.

Supporters rally behind the World Cup squad on Sunday morning

The Duke of Devonshire and Gary Wilson, the organiser of Beeley's celebrations.

Locals mark the Jubilee weekend in their own way.

Talking sport.

James Naughtie and Mark Coles
Flying the flag - Bernard Goodwin, who organised the 1977 Jubilee celebrations.
The magic of radio - The Today team hard at work.
Our cheerful early morning audience in Beeley, Derbyshire.
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