A street in Bristol has been named the steepest in England.
Vale Street, in Totterdown, was recently crowned the country’s steepest by the Ordnance Survey.
The 22-degree slope is so steep that residents who live there say they often have to tie their cars to lampposts during icy weather, to prevent them from sliding away.
Each year, neighbours also get together to take part in an Easter egg rolling contest - with the person whose egg doesn’t crack named the winner.
The top five steepest streets in England is made up of Old Wyche Road, in Worcestershire, Blake Street, in Sheffield, Steep Hill, in Lincoln, and Gold Street, in Shaftesbury, Dorset.
Vale Street is four degrees steeper than its Worcestershire stablemate.
Tom Evans, who moved on to the street with his wife in 2017, said he has never even driven up it.
The top five steepest streets in England:
Vale Street, Bristol
Old Wyche Road, Worcestershire
Blake Street, Sheffield
Steep Hill, Lincoln
Gold Hill, Dorset