Published Friday, 01 June 2012
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On Belfast's Shankill Road festivities began on Friday afternoon with a street party for all the family.
At the Shankill Women's Centre, young and old were keen to celebrate the Queen's historic 60 year reign with street games, face painting - and plenty of colourful bunting.
Betty Carlisle, manager of the centre, told UTV she felt the party had really captured the spirit of the Jubilee.
"Everybody has had a ball," she said, before adding: "The atmosphere has just been terrific and we've loved even doing the decorations.
"The planning for the whole thing built it up all week - it's been marvellous."
DUP MLA William Humphrey, who attended the event, said the party-goers had a real affection for the Queen.
"They have real respect and admiration for the Queen and the leadership she's given the nation. It's also a good release - we're in difficult times economically and this is a lifting of the spirits here on the Shankill."
Belfast is set to host more than 100 street parties over the Bank Holiday weekend and on Saturday, there will be a 21-gun salute at Hillsborough Castle, the Queen's official residence in Northern Ireland.
On Monday, a Jubilee carnival will be hosted by Belfast City Council at the City Hall with music, dancing, a photo exhibition and much more.
Later that evening, dozens of beacons will be lit across Northern Ireland to ensure the anniversary of the Queen's 60th year on the throne is a memorable one.