A bust of Her Majesty the Queen has been unveiled by the Mayor of South Ribble at the Civic Centre in Leyland.
The bust was one of 12 replicas commissioned by Lancashire Country Council to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee last year.
It is now taking pride of place in the entrance to the building in West Paddock.
The main bronze bust is on display in County Hall, Preston, with each of the other borough and district councils displaying theirs in various different places.
South Ribble Council was presented with its replica earlier this year and has spent some time preparing a special display case for the bust to be housed in.
The idea was to emulate the marble bust created in 1897 to mark the Diamond Jubilee celebrations of Queen Victoria, which can still be seen on display in County Hall today.
The Mayor of South Ribble, Coun Dorothy Gardner, said: “It is wonderful to finally have our bust of the Queen on display in the Civic Centre for everyone to see. We saw lots of celebrations throughout the Diamond Jubilee year in South Ribble, so it’s a great way to remember her landmark achievement.”
Queen Elizabeth II ascended to the throne on February 6, 1952.
Her reign of 61 years is currently the second longest for a British monarch.