Diamond Jubilee: Share your best photos in London24’s Facebook competition

10:51 07 June 2012

Enter our Diamond Jubilee photographic competition

Enter our Diamond Jubilee photographic competition

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If you were one of the people taking some of the expected 332 million pictures during the Diamond Jubilee weekend, you could be a winner in our photographic competition.

We're asking people to share their best Jubilee moments with us.

Whether you went to a street party or attended any of the high-profile royal events in central London, this competition is for you.

Upload your best picture to our page on Facebook to enter the contest.

You can upload pictures until June 8, after which voting will begin.

The picture with the most votes - the one which other people like the best - will win the competition.

The winning picture will be featured across our local London newspapers and websites including www.London24.com

Visit our Facebook page to enter

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