NEARLY 100 people joined in a street party in Chalfont St Peter to celebrate the Queen’s Birthday.
Neighbours and villagers in and around Croft Road enjoyed a street party for Her Majesty’s 90th which also involved a dog show and a ‘pimp my pothole competition’, which was run to highlight the state of the roads in the area.
Caroline Lowings, one of the organisers of the event, said: “It was absolutely brilliant, we had a fantastic afternoon.”
She added: “The weather shone for us so it made all the difference.”
Mrs Lowings, 56, who lives on the road, said the area regularly takes part in events like this and lauded the ‘good community’ there.
She added: “It’s probably the best road in the world - it’s just a fantastic atmosphere in the street.”
Revellers included babies right up to 80-yearolds, and the pothole competition went down well.
“Everybody had a great time,” she said.