THE burial of a time capsule, displays of village history and a disco are among the planned celebrations for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee in Bridestowe on June 2.

The day's activities kick off at 2pm, the coronation of the village's Jubilee Queen and consorts as chosen by Bridestowe Primary takes place on the sporting green, as does the burial of the time capsule made by Bridestowe Scouts and Cubs beneath the green's new commemorative horse chestnut tree.

Children can enjoy entertainment throughout the afternoon and collect their commemorative coins at 3.30pm, when the winners of the decorated cake competition and competition for planted containers will be announced in the village hall.

Adults will be able to look at the displays of the village's history in the hall throughout the day.

At 4pm, a bring and share tea party will be in the hall with music from Brian Higbee. At 6pm everyone can enjoy a patriotic music singalong led by Pippa MacDougall and Neon Reynolds, with pianist Ann Tait.

Music from throughout the Queen's 60-year reign can be enjoyed at the evening family disco from 7.30pm. Some food will be available, but revellers are asked to bring their own alcoholic drinks.

At 10pm the village beacon will be lit on the moor, with festivities carrying on until around 11.30pm.

All are welcome to take part in the festivities.