St John Ambulance helped treat over 1,000 people at Notting Hill Carnival for a number of conditions including hypothermia.
The charity joined forces with London Ambulance Service over the bank holiday weekend where they treated 803 revellers and helped take 201 to hospital.
Sun and large crowds on Sunday were contrasted with torrential rain on Monday to provide a challenging weekend for the 200 trained St John Ambulance first aiders from across London and the east of England at ten treatment centres.
The combination of the cold rain and too much alcohol led to a fair few carnival-goers being treated for hypothermia.
Other conditions treated ranged from minor injuries and illnesses to those suffering from the effects of intoxication, cuts and fractures, faints and collapses and a few victims of assault.
Mike Gibbons, St John Ambulance’s west London manager, said: “We are immensely proud of our teams who withstood the cold to treat hundreds of carnival goers this weekend.
“The wet weather added an extra challenge to our teams, who rose to the occasion in treacherous conditions to provide first aid to the crowds.”