THE Government has released a map tracking all the coronation events taking place throughout the UK - which showed NONE registered in Scotland.

The map, created by the department for culture, media and sport (DCMS), allows the organisers of lunches, picnics, street parties and other events to mark King Charles being crowned.

According to the Government’s map, 61 public events and 47 street parties or private events have been shared “so far”.

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But none are taking place in Scotland, the map showed.

Only one is taking place in Northern Ireland in the city of Derry (Londonderry) – a Catholic majority area of the province.

Two are taking place in Wales, with the rest all going ahead in England.

This does not mean there will be no coronation celebrations in Scotland at the beginning of May – the map only shows events which have been planned and registered with the DCMS.

Culture Secretary Lucy Frazer said the map would allow people “up and down the country” to find out what events were taking place near them.

She said: “We want everyone up and down the country to have the opportunity to get involved in the Coronation of His Majesty The King and Her Majesty The Queen Consort.

“Our interactive map will help you find activities, events and celebrations nearby. Whether you’re hosting a street party, planning a Big Lunch, a screening or activity for the Big Help Out, we want to hear from you.

“This is a fantastic occasion to come together with friends, family and your local community to mark this historic moment.”