CHILDREN at a Bromley primary school have pulled out all the stops with their regal creations to celebrate the Queen’s diamond jubilee.

Pupils at Raglan Primary School in Raglan Road created egg masterpieces to celebrate the Queen’s visit to Bromley and the diamond jubilee.

The children were challenged to create Faberge style eggs which were “fit for the Queen”.

The eggs, which will be on display in Southborough Library this Saturday, impressed teachers with their creativity.

Headteacher Cheryl Sutton said: “It is a wonderful display and shows the children’s affection for the Queen. I think she would be impressed.

“Everyone who took part received a prize and a certificate. It was extremely hard to choose the winners.”