A record-breaking number of events took place at the biennial Chesham Heritage Day.

The popular event, which took place on Sunday (September 11) saw crowds flock to the town to take part in the huge amount of activities on offer.

St Mary’s Church in Church Street will be hosted tours of historic “graffiti” and trips up the bell tower, St Mary’s and Trinity Baptist Church took part in tours of their graveyards and Chesham Bois House opened its three-acre garden while Weedon Almshouse courtyard garden, in Waterside, which is rarely open to the public, was show for everyone to enjoy.

People enjoyed visiting Chesham Mosque, Meayers Organ Builders played some vintage fairground organs and Workaid provided tours of its Old Boot Factory.

A number of new events kept the crowds entertained, including St Columba’s Roman Catholic Church, in Berkhampstead Road and Hazeldene Farm, in Asheridge Road, which took visitors on a tour.

And music lovers also enjoyed visiting United Reformed Church, in The Broadway and Trinity Baptist Church, in Red Lion street.