There was a right royal do at Constantine School on Friday as it opened its doors to the public for the Queen's birthday celebrations.

Pupils, teachers, parents, and village residents were all invited to the event, where they were able to enjoy high with sandwiches and cakes served up Liz Moore and the village Women's Institute. While eating they could watch pupils sing Cornish songs and perform the Furry Dance.

The school had also organised a small fair in one of the classrooms with stalls and games, and in the library the children were able to sit on a throne and have their photograph taken with a 'royal corgi.'

Any women with the names Elizabeth, Liz, or similar, either as a first name or as any of their given names, was presented with a single yellow rose in honour of the queen.