VE Day is on Friday 8th May, which co-incides with the early Bank Holiday, whereby a decision was made specifically to honour the 75th anniversary of VE Day.
We may be in lockdown but that doesnt mean we cant celebrate this momentous occasion.
Prepare for the day by decorating your house in red, white and blue and join your neighbours in a 'stay at home' party and follow the progam below.
11am - Take part in a national 2 minute silence
2.45pm - The BBC are broadcasting Sir Winston Churchills original VE Day speech.
4pm - Why not have an afternoon tea or if the weather is nice, gather your blankets and have a picnic in the garden.
9pm - An address by the Queen followed by national doorstep rendition of Dame Vera Lynn's We'll Meet Again.
We have got just the thing to start you off by getting children involved by creating your own bunting to colour in and put on display in your window.
Click here to download your bunting template to make and display.
Whatever you do enjoy the day and stay safe.