Special events next weekend to mark the Queen's platinum jubilee have have been organised on behalf of Llangollen Town Council by ex-councillors and council staff.
Saturday June 4 will see a street market being staged in Market Street from about 10.30am.
Organisers say this will be an opportunity for local community groups, charities, crafters and producers to market themselves and sell their products.
They add: "We are hoping to create a buzz and an exciting market atmosphere.
"On Market Street, during the afternoon, there will also be some entertainment with Llangollen Silver Band and Chris Burton performing. We’ve also got a Punch and Judy show."
During Saturday afternoon a stage will be set up in Centenary Square to present a programme of live entertainment, which includes:
* 12noon - Alfie Thomas
* 1.15pm - Leonie-Anne Kirkby
* 2.30pm - Shea Ferron
* 3.45 - Melodic Mondays
On Sunday June 5 the Town Council is hosting a Queen's Jubilee Vintage Tea Party and Dance from 2-6pm in the Town Hall.
This is billed as an afternoon of 1950s vintage film and dancing with three local dance teachers. Tea is served at 3.30pm and entry to the event is free.