Park-goers flocked to Chesham to cool off on a giant water slide on Sunday as the country basked in glorious sunshine. 

The huge 100m water slide took over Lowndes Park as part of two water-themed fun days organised by Chesham mayor, Cllr Emily Culverhouse, on May 6. 

Hundreds of people enjoyed the sun at the park, cooling off in the water and listening to live music. 

The event was in aid of her mayoral charities The Theatre Shed and Bank Farm RDA, which tries to improve the life of disabled children by teaching them to ride.

Bank Farm also brought their down between 12-2pm and there was a sand art stall and food and drink.