Hundreds turned out for a fireworks display celebrating Queen Elizabeth II’s record as longest serving UK monarch.
The display, which was held at the New Croft, lit up the skies on Wednesday (September 9).
The display was organised by the town council. It was a cool, clear night with great visibility for the spectacle.
Vicky Phillips, of Haverhill Town Council, said: “The fireworks were amazing. There were a couple of hundred people there, lots of children and young people.
“The mayor and deputy mayor were there. [Mayor] Betty McLatchy sang God Save the Queen to the crowd over a megaphone.”