Three great white pelicans have been released in St James’s Park, London.
Historic aircraft enthusiasts flocked to Duxford airfield in Cambridgeshire over the weekend for the 27th Flying Legends spectacular.
French President Emmanuel Macron led the Bastille Day celebrations as crowds packed the streets of Paris for the annual parade.
Crowds of people have turned out for London’s Pride parade. Here are some of the colourful sights from the event in the capital.
We want to see your #OorSelfie, posing with the sculptures as well as knowing which statue is your favourite.
Getting drenched with red wine might not be everyone’s idea of fun, but it is the idea behind one of Spain’s most popular — and unusual — fiestas.
Early cloud made way for another scorching summer’s day for much of the UK.
Britons are basking in a spell of hot weather, mirroring the heatwave blasting much of Europe.
Tens of thousands of people will be on the ground at Glastonbury this summer, but the sheer scale of the festival is perhaps best appreciated from above.
Thousands of people got up early on Friday to see the sun rise on the longest day of the year – the summer solstice.
Royal Ascot is as much a social occasion as a sporting event, and racegoers take the opportunity to turn on the style, from chic hats and summer dresses to sharp suits.
Parts of the UK are continuing to suffer with flooding as weather forecasters predict further deluges.
A fleet of vintage and classic cars descended on the Brooklands Museum in Surrey for the annual Double Twelve Motorsport Festival.
Heavy rainfall has continued to cause disruption across the country, with parts of Lincolnshire experiencing more than two months of rain in just two days.
Hot air balloons have taken to the sunny skies above London to raise money for the Lord Mayor’s Appeal. Up to 50 left from Battersea Park on Sunday morning in an event which has raised more than £175,000 in the last three years.
Events to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day are taking place in Normandy and in the UK.
Donald Trump has completed his state visit to the UK after attending a ceremony in Portsmouth to pay tribute to those who fought in Operation Overlord – the codename for the Battle of Normandy – 75 years ago.
London is the setting for a day of protests as US President Donald Trump takes part in the second day of state visit. Demonstrators have staged rallies in central London, with the Trump baby balloon and a 16ft talking robot depicted as Mr Trump on a gold toilet taking centre stage.
Thousands of people enjoyed meeting celebrity chefs and sampling local produce as a north-east festival of food marked its 20th anniversary.
A drone has produced a series of stunning aerial pictures and videos revisiting landmark D-Day sites, as the 75th anniversary of the Allied invasion of France approaches.
Thousands turned out in rainbow colours to celebrate Aberdeen’s second ever Grampian Pride.
Fans dressed as superheroes, video game characters and movie monsters have been descending on ExCel London in the capital for the second day of the MCM London Comic Con. From Spiderman to the xenomorph creature from the Alien movie franchise, the cos players certainly provided a colourful spectacle in the Newham area of the city.
Crowds of people gathered to enjoy a 1940s weekend in the small West Yorkshire village of Haworth. Events included vintage vehicle displays, an evacuees event, re-enactments, “speeches from Churchill”, jive dancing, singing and bands playing. Here are some pictures from the colourful event.
In the 12 months since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle married in Windsor, they have had an eventful year.
Lady Gabriella Windsor has married financier Thomas Kingston at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle in a ceremony attended by the Queen, Duke of Edinburgh and Prince Harry.
Young visitors to the new Children’s Garden at Kew were all over it on Thursday, literally.
Former Chelsea team-mates Frank Lampard and John Terry are set to be in opposite dugouts when Derby tackle Aston Villa in the Sky Bet Championship play-off final at Wembley. Here, Press Association Sport takes a look back at some memorable images from moments shared between the England duo, for both club and country.
Glorious sunny weather provided the perfect opportunity for people to take advantage of the conditions.
The Duke of Sussex was presented with a tiny teddy bear for his baby son Archie when he arrived at Oxford’s children’s hospital to meet patients.
Politically themed sculptures have taken pride of place at this year’s Weston Sand Sculpture Festival.