Neighbours across Harrow came together for an annual celebration of community spirit as they took part in The Big Lunch.
The event, which invites neighbours to hold a street party on the first Sunday in June every year, was a big hit yet again as the sun shone for those taking part, including the households in Hill View Road, Hatch End.
Lucia Pedoni, who has lived on the street since 2006, said: "The special history of this road is what it was all about: passing on to the younger ones what community and neighbourly spirit really means."
The Hill View Road Committee has been going since 1977, when they held a street party to celebrate Queen Elizabeth the second's Silver Jubilee.
Mrs Pedoni added: "It was such a success that it has really carried on.
"I think our annual celebrations show what a special group of people live here. It is like our own little London utopia full of tremendous people."
For each annual party, the street chooses a charity to fund raise for, and this time the generous neighbours raised more than £100 for St Luke's Hospice.
Also taking part were the neighbours in Drury Road, West Harrow, who turned out in force to celebrate the big day.