Schoolchildren have been presented with a special book they helped write in celebration of Her Majesty's Jubilee.

Earlier this year, children across Enfield wrote 70 poems that have been collated by Edmonton Green Shopping Centre into a book.

On May 18, pupils at West Grove Primary School, who contributed to Children's Poetry for Her Majesty, were gifted copies of the book.

Head teacher Angela Campbell said: "We at West Grove felt really privileged to be able to take part in this historic and momentous occasion to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. Our children love expressing themselves through the medium of poetry.

"Thank you for providing us with this opportunity to create published poets and illustrators, whose wonderful creations will be enjoyed and shared by generations to come."

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Rebecca Bird, retail manager at the shopping centre, added: "We are so excited to be able to present the children with this wonderful book that they have been a part of.

"Celebrating the Jubilee is a fantastic moment in history and these young people will be an integral part of this and will remember it forever now."

One of the books is to be sent to the Queen along with a letter written by the children.

All proceeds from the book sales will go to charity Time to Help.

Copies of the book can be purchased here