The NHS are warning people in the area to be careful due to the continuing hot weather.

Whilst most of us love to spend a sunny day outdoors we may not acknowledge the potential health risks.

A spokesperson from the NHS said: "It’s important to protect yourself from too much sun or heat, to carry water when travelling and to think of those, such as young children or older people, who may feel the heat more than others."

The NHS are urging everyone to stay well hydrated during this hot spell.

They say that people should aim to drink almost two litres of water a day to stay properly hydrated.

They are also asking people to avoid tanning where possible as it is not healthy.

Sun screens can help but are not fully effective as you must stay out of the sun if you feel you are getting over exposed.

The NHS also suggest people seek shade when the sun is at its strongest between 11am and 3pm.