A farm has reunited with its cows after the animals caused chaos on the streets of Marlow this morning (May 7).

Lacey's Farm in Lane End, High Wycombe, thanked members of the public for their help in rounding up the escapees.

Dozens of cows were seen charging down Trinity Road, Marlow and through the High Street startling drivers and passersby.

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Luckily, the farmer managed to get the cows back to safety.

Laceys Farm shared a post on social media.

They said: "After a little adventure this morning, I’m pleased to say the cows are all back in their field!

"They are all fit and well and pleased to be home.

"Thanks, everyone for all the calls and help."

Residents found the situation amusing and thought the cows were rather 'adventurous'.

Jacqui Crichton said: "We thought we heard a cow moo. Rushed over to the window to find them in the road heading from West Street Marlow towards Henley. Glad they are all home safely."

Gillian Taylor added: "Marlow is a great place to visit, spent many happy hours at Longridge, were they heading for the river or the Brewery, tomorrow is Liberation Day in Guernsey, maybe they were heading there for the celebrations."