SEVEN East Lancashire parks will offer families the chance to learn about The Queen's 70-year reign and discover hidden green gems.

Hyndburn Council has teamed up with High Street Safari to provide an augmented-reality story trail to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee and have a great day out with this augmented reality story-trail..

As part of local celebrations of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, from April 30 until June 12 it will be available in the borough's seven parks.

This innovative experience will let families choose what happens in the story and is completely contactless, with anyone with a smartphone being able to take part for free.

The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Beacon Trail is located at seven stops around Hyndburn to visit, positioned so that families can discover hidden parts of the local parks and green spaces.

The signs with QR codes featured to take part are located at: Lowerfold Park, Great Harwood; Cutwood Park, Rishton; Rhyddings Park, Oswaldtwistle; Gatty Park, Church; Oak Hill Park, Accrington; Haworth Park, Baxenden; and Mercer Park, Clayton-le-Moors.

The trail can be completed in more than one visit and works without the need for families to download or sign up to anything.