Staff and youngsters at Phoenix Montessori, at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn, decorated the garden, dressed up, danced and enjoyed lunch outside.

Readers have shared dozens of photographs from their VE Day celebrations.

People of all ages came together to celebrate the 75th anniversary in new ways during the pandemic, holding socially distanced street parties, having virtual get-togethers and even going camping in the lounge.

Homes were decorated in red, white and blue across the borough as residents made the best of the situation.

Lockdown didn’t prevent people from singing, dressing up, dancing and remembering the heroes who gave their lives.

Residents in St Augustine’s Way, South Wootton, held their own VE Day celebrations, with some decorating their homes.

Gerry Tann started the event at 11am, lowering the Royal British Legion standard while the Last Post played and then leading the two-minute silence.

There were activities throughout the day and Mr Tann presented children with certificates for taking part.

Dressed in his Pearly King suit, Mr Tann also proposed The Nations Toast.