And a lucky student from Cheddar in Somerset has landed his dream summer job. Seb Smith successful applied to be 'water-slide tester' for a holiday company. He beat off competition from 2,000 applicants.
Seb will now spend six months travelling the world to ride and rate slides in exotic locations.
The first reservoir to be built in Britain this century is planned for Somerset. Bristol Water wants the £100 million development to go next to the existing one in Cheddar.
People living in the area are being asked for their views as our Somerset Correspondent David Woodland reports.
As the consultation period opens on Bristol Water's plans for a second reservoir in Cheddar, our Somerset Correspondent David Woodland caught up with people visiting the existing one. He asked them what they think of the scheme, which includes an aerial walkway, cafe and swimming area.
A consultation begins today on a second reservoir in Cheddar. Bristol Water wants to spend £100 million building on land next to the current one. The company says it is needed as more people move into the area.
The road through Cheddar Gorge has been closed after drivers got punctures caused by stones which had washed into the road.
Some of the famous caves at the gorge are also shut because of flooding. Here's Eddie Wills, the Gorge guide.
A hedgehog that got stuck in a crisp packet behind railings is recovering at a sanctuary in Cheddar. It took six people three and a half hours to rescue Crispian, as he's been named. His ordeal has made him an international star with regular requests for updates about his progress.
He will stay at Prickles Hedgehog Rescue for the winter as he is too small to survive hibernation. Staff hope to release him in spring when he will be much bigger and the weather is warmer.
To find out more about the sanctuary, click here
An 11-year-old boy remains in hospital tonight in a serious condition after falling 30ft down Cheddar Gorge. The child was airlifted to Frenchay Hospital by Portland coastguard helicopter.
A major rescue operation took place late this afternoon after reports that an 11-year-old boy had fallen down Cheddar Gorge. Rescue volunteers have described how the boy, who was with his mother, fell off a rocky outcrop onto a gravel ledge, landing on his face.
The boy suffered a head injury and is said to be in a serious condition at Bristol's Frenchay Hospital having been airlifted there by Portland Coastguard.