YORK will be giving more than 40 cheers for the Queen as the city goes party-mad to celebrate her Diamond Jubilee.

From 9am on Saturday June 2 to 10pm on Tuesday June 5 the barriers will be up at streets across the city as traffic gives way to bunting, tables and a right royal do.

Neighbours have joined together in roads from Bishopthorpe to Skelton and from Poppleton to Osbaldwick to raise a tea-cup to Her Majesty.

The road closures are:

• Saturday June 2: Jubilee Terrace from the rear of The Jubilee Pub to Cinders Lane. Salisbury Terrace and Kingsland Terrace will remain open.

Library Terrace from 5pm until 6pm on June 3. Roads between West End and Northfields, Strensall, will be closed between 11am and 12pm for the village’s Jubilee parade.

• Sunday June 3: Elmpark View; Main Street, Bishopthorpe; Elmfield Avenue (grass verge); Nunmill Street; Fordlands Road between its junctions with Crossfield Crescent; Chestnut Avenue; Telford Terrace and Wentworth Road; Kerver Lane, Dunnington; Heworth Hall Drive; Oak Tree Grove, New Earswick; Willow Glade, Huntington; Lavender Grove; Nunthorpe Grove; Albion Avenue; The Meadows, Skelton, Main Street, Elvington between Beckside and Church Lane.

• Monday June 4: Howe Hill Close; Hazel Garth; Fellbrook Avenue; Grayshon Drive; Kensington Court; Parkside Close; Kingsthorpe; West Main Street, Askham Bryan between its junctions with Askham Fields Lane & Chapel Lane; Lime Avenue; Glen Avenue; Blakeley Grove; Main Street, Naburn; Cranbrook Road; Brecksfield, Fairfield Drive, Burtree Avenue and Fairfield Drive in Skelton will be closed between 1pm and 2pm for the village’s Jubilee parade.

• Tuesday June 5: Nunthorpe Crescent; Manor Drive South; Maythorn Road; Severus Avenue; Westminster Road; Peters Way; Bewlay Street; Kirkdale Road; St Olaves Road.

• Times vary with some roads closed all day and others for shorter periods. Some closures will be until late in the evening.