Despite storm warnings, hot temperatures and a football final, hundreds flocked to Wilmslow Town Council's Cinema on the Carrs on Saturday, 10th June.
The event, which started at midday, featured a food and drink court and a tuck shop provided by 1st Lindow Scouts, along with face painting and inflatables to add some extra fun to the afternoon.
Matilda the Musical proved popular, with many gathering to watch with friends and family, accompanied by picnic mats and sun umbrellas.
This was followed by the return of the Duck Race which was organised by Girlguiding Handforth and supported by Girlguiding Wilmslow. With the ducks sold out, spectators lined the banks of the River Bollin to watch the race, which started at the weir.
The evening entertainment commenced with on-screen music videos to warm-up the audience for Top Gun: Maverick.
Storm clouds could be seen during the evening film, but fortunately bypassed the Carrs, allowing attendees to enjoy the outdoor cinema experience whilst the sun set. The event ended shortly before 10pm, with a round of applause from the audience.
Wilmslow Town Council Chair, Jon Newell, said, "Wilmslow Town Council is proud to have funded and organised Cinema on the Carrs for a seventh year. The event has become a favourite annual event for many Wilmslow residents and this year was as popular as ever.
"It is always wonderful to see the community getting together, relaxing and enjoying a film in our beautiful country park. We would like to thank all who supported or attended the event."