There are many ways you can get involved in His Majesty The King and Her Majesty The Queen Consort’s Coronation plans.
The UK has a long history of organised street parties to celebrate national events. Why not organise one with your neighbours for the Coronation?
You’re welcome to host parties right across the Coronation weekend, or as part of the Coronation Big Lunches below. Read and follow government guidance on how to host a street party on GOV.UK.
If you’re planning to host a street party, submit your details to our interactive map.
Coronation Big Lunches
The Coronation Big Lunch (6-8 May) brings neighbours and communities together to share friendship, food and fun. Be part of history by joining millions across the UK with a Coronation Big Lunch celebration in your community.
Sign up to receive your Coronation Big Lunch pack for all you need to get started with ideas, top tips, practical advice and loads more.
Taking place in the grounds of Windsor Castle, the Coronation Concert (Sunday 7 May) will bring together music icons, contemporary stars, a world-class orchestra and art performances.
The concert will be broadcast live on BBC One, BBC iPlayer, BBC Radio 2 and BBC Sounds.
The Big Help Out
From rolling up your sleeves to help a local group, to supporting some of the UK’s best-known national charities, the Big Help Out on Monday 8 May will give everyone an opportunity to join in.
Hundreds of activities are planned for the day by local community groups, organisations and charities including The Scouts, Royal Voluntary Service, National Trust and RNLI.
Run a charity and want to get involved? Find out more and join a range of national and local charities already signed up.
Resources for Schools
There are lots of ways schools can get involved and celebrate the Coronation.
For inspiration, check out our resources for schools page including Coronation-themed lesson ideas, educational activities and fun learning opportunities.
We’ve put together a range of useful templates and materials to help you with your Coronation celebrations, including homemade bunting ideas, recipe cards, kids’ activity sheets, a party playlist and the official Coronation emblem.