More than 50 street parties are set to take place in and around Harrow as the nation celebrates the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

A notice from Harrow Council in this week’s edition of the Harrow Times details a list of the roads which will be temporarily closed over the extended bank holiday to allow the parties to take place.

Vehicles will be prohibited from entering or exiting all or part of the following roads, between 9am and 10pm, on the following dates:

June 2: Rose Garden Close.

June 3: Becmead Avenue Beresford; Caddis Close; Leighton Avenue; Rocklands Drive.

June 4: Barchester Road; Cannonbury Avenue; Gerard Road; Kingsley Road; Shrewsbury Avenue; St Margarets Avenue; The Lawns; Headstone Drive; Westfield Lane.

June 5: Albury Drive; Barrow Point Avenue; Beaufort; Beechwood Avenue; Buckland Rise; Cecil Park; Clewer Crescent; Dalkeith Grove; Dewsbury Close; Dukes; Elmsleigh Avenue; Evelyn Drive; Glebe Crescent; Greystoke Avenue; Hawthorn Drive; Hide Road; High View; Little Moss Lane; London Road; Lyncroft Avenue; Manor Way; Maychurch Close; Merton Road; Moss Lane; Northfield Avenue; Pangbourne Drive; Heronslea Drive; Rosslyn Crescent; Royston Grove; Sandringham Crescent; Somerset Road; Springfield Road; St Edmunds Drive; Findon Close; Teignmouth Close; The Avenue, Pinner; The Chase; The Close; Towers Road; Wellesley Road; White Craig Close; Woodlands Road.

Visit the public notices section of our website for full details of this, including the parts of each road that will be closed, and other notices.