A life-size cardboard cutout of Queen Elizabeth II greets guests at the Nursery Inn’s bar, with Union Jack flags completing the festive atmosphere.
The pub, in Hopps Street, has been preparing to celebrate Jubilee for over a week now with special decorations and a street party taking place on Saturday 4th June.
The celebrations will begin at 1 p.m., with live music from the Hartlepool Brass Band and raffles.
Partygoers are encouraged to bring their own picnic and dress for the occasion.
“I’m really looking forward to it, it should be fun,” said owner Ian Humberston.
He added: “We’re just trying to make it a party weekend, really.”
The decorations have been in place for over ten days now, with customers loving the pub’s new look.
“It’s just to make it pretty for the Jubilee,” Ian said.
“They love it, they think it’s great.”
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It is now preparing to mark the Jubilee, with multiple events taking place across the city.
There will be even more fun on Sunday (June 5) when circus artists from all over Europe take over the tip between noon and 5 p.m. Look for them in the Town Square and at Elephant Rock.
To book a table for the Nursery Inn street style party, contact the pub on 01429 598867 or on Facebook.