Residents of Hammersmith and Fulham celebrated England's national day in the sunshine this bank holiday weekend.
St George's Day fell on a Saturday and in the middle of a four day weekend this year, which coupled with the glorious weather made for a perfect combination. On the banks of the Thames and in the various
borough parks and open spaces, people were out in force to celebrate being English and proud of it.
Cllr Harry Phibbs, H&F Council's cabinet member for community engagement, said:
"This year the sun truly shone on England on St George's Day.
"Celebrating being English and all that goes with it is an important part of our culture and our heritage, and here at the council we always fly the flag of St George on the town hall to mark the special occasion.
"I'm sure the pride and pleasure residents took in celebrating St George's Day will be matched this for the Royal Wedding."