Homes across the Sleaford area were decorated with flags, bunting and balloons as residents came out in their streets and gardens to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day on Friday.
Sunny bank holiday weather rewarded the many households who enjoyed drinks and cakes alongside neighbours, with street parties and even a drive-through by families of residents at St Andrew's Care Home in Ewerby who had not seen each other for eight weeks due to coronavirus restrictions.
Here we show you some of the images of the day.
Karen and Russell Dodds of Curlew Way, Sleaford enjoying a front garden party with cakes, flags and bunting.
Sue and Nigel Hamblin of Sheldrake Road, Sleaford, enjoying a tipple on VE Day.
Sammi and Lucy Emsley decorated their home in Sheldrake Road, Sleaford and posted the story of Sammi's dad, who was a major in the SAS in the war and temporarily captured by Italian intelligence officers. They released him after he convinced them he was an Italian carpenter!
The Chappell family of Sheldrake Road, Sleaford enjoying their VE Day street party with dad having just left the RAF after 33 years as a bandsman at Cranwell.