The 75th anniversary of VE Day didn't quite yield the fabulous street parties we had all planned - but many residents still managed to mark the day with some socially-distanced celebrations.

Many streets across the county still turned out in their own way to make sure those who sacrificed everything for our futures were not forgotten.

This included street tea parties, where every household remained on their own property and enjoyed food and music, shops decorating their windows and other small displays of remembrance.

Dovetail Close residents in High Wycombe enjoyed a barbecue, tea party, wartime music and dancing - but made sure to maintain social distancing.

There were also plenty of parties to be had elsewhere, including in Boundary Road in Wooburn Green.

Meanwhile, Holy Trinity in Prestwood organised a stunning display at the war memorial in the churchyard, with members of the congregation, the village schools and others in the community invited to create artwork for display.

More than 80 pieces of original art were created and displayed - with poppies, peace doves and rainbows of hope among some of the decorations.

And residents living at care homes including Shelburne Lodge in High Wycombe also marked the day with flags, bunting-making, delicious afternoon teas and music and singing.

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