Children who attend a Rainbows group in Kettering have been rewarded for a lot of hard work.
The youngsters, who are part of the 32nd All Saints Rainbows, were given six new badges this month.
The badges marked 25 years of Rainbows and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
Rainbow leader Angela Brett said: “As part of the Queen’s celebrations the girls designed commemorative plates of her reign.
“In return, from Buckingham Palace, they received a card showing photographs of the Queen in each decade of her 60 years.
“Activities included playing stick the tail on the corgi – a corgi with 18 tails was very funny.
“They also played Royal Bingo to learn about the coronation.”