Diamond Jubilee: Share your stories and pictures as London celebrates

16:25 21 May 2012

Taken as the Queen was on the way to visit Valentine

Taken as the Queen was on the way to visit Valentine's Mansion in Ilford as part of her Diamond Jubilee tour. Photo by Tom Burns via iwitness24

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London24 is looking for people to write jubilee journals and provide first-hand accounts of the historic celebrations next month.

Whether you're staying local and attending a street party in your area or going to one of the high-profile Diamond Jubilee events in central London, wed love to hear from you.

What we're seeking is Londoners who can provide some words during and after the jubilee weekend, along with some pictures, showing how they are celebrating the occasion and what the Queen's 60 years on the throne means to them.

If you are interested in helping out and sharing your jubilee moments, email London24 editor Simon Bull at simon.bull@archant.co.uk

Also, don't forget to sign up to iwitness24 and download the iwitness24 app for iPhone or Android for a quick and easy way to share images and videos from the jubilee events. Go to london.iwitness24.co.uk for more details.

LONDON IN AN APP! The fantastic FREE MyCityWayLondon24 app for iPhone can help you during the Diamond Jubilee celebrations.

The app contains more than 30 really useful mini-apps which can help with everything from finding somewhere to grab a coffee or lunch to locating free places to visit.

It can also tell you what the weather is going to be like and whether there will be any travel disruption.

The app is the ultimate mobile city guide, the essential tool to have in your pocket whenever you're out and about in London.

For more information and to download MyCityWayLondon24, search the Apple iTunes App Store for 'London24' or go to www.london24.com/app

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