Twyford village unveiled their Diamond Jubilee painting during a special event on Sunday night.
Local painter, Chris Scott created this painting to mark how the village celebrated last year’s Jubilee.
It completes a trilogy of paintings demonstrating how Twyford has celebrated the Queen’s Jubilees in 1977, 2002 and 2012.
Pictured in the work are a church service, auction and a party in the pub with people dressing up.
Julia Cook, one of the event organisers, said around 80 people turned up for the event.
She added that all three paintings were created by Mr Scott and he was on standby in case the Queen reached her platinum Jubilee.
A limited edition of prints of the painting signed by the artist were on sale during the unveiling.