Slideshow: First person down Rush zipwire at Wicksteed Park

Fancy seeing Wicksteed Park from a whole new angle?

That’s what Jacob Wynne, 10, from Burton Latimer, did when he became the first member of public to slide down the Kettering park’s latest attraction.

Rush Launched :Kettering: Wicksteed Park, launch of Rush including Leap of Faith, Climbing Wall and Zip Wire. 'First member of the public to go down the Zip Wire Jacob Wynne, 10, from Burton Latimer who goes to Meadowside Primary School. 'Saturday 21st  June 2014 NNL-140621-131310009

Rush Launched :Kettering: Wicksteed Park, launch of Rush including Leap of Faith, Climbing Wall and Zip Wire. 'First member of the public to go down the Zip Wire Jacob Wynne, 10, from Burton Latimer who goes to Meadowside Primary School. 'Saturday 21st June 2014 NNL-140621-131310009

The Rush zipwire is part of a new activity tower which also includes a 14m-high climbing wall and a Leap of Faith jump from the height of two double-decker buses.

Jacob was the first person down the 310m-long zipwire, which is one of the longest in the country and has top speeds of 40mph!