The 75th anniversary of VE Day on Friday, May 8, saw Herefordshire join together to celebrate, although at a social distance.

Here are some more fantastic pictures of your celebrations across the county.

Jess Hobby, Shenmore, put a tent up in her garden and had a picnic: red, white and blue fairy cakes, scones, sandwiches.

Jess hung homemade Union Jack bunting and spray painted a sign.

She also put up her grandpa’s old Union Jack, which she believes was from his days in the Scouts or when he was in the Navy.

Maggie, Jess's daughter, is aged two and son, George, is just eight weeks old.

Despite both being too young to understand, Jess thought it would be nice to mark the occasion to show them pictures when they are older and can properly learn about the historic event.

Many of our smaller villages were turned out beautifully, with flower displays and bunting popping up everywhere.

Hay-on-Wye was treated to a splash of colour from 1st Hay-on-Wye Scouts, and Greyfriars Avenue made it to the BBC's One Show, Dan Snow commented that the displays here were "his very favourite".