09:44AM, Tuesday 21 May 2013
More than a 100 people pulled on their tiaras and crowns on Sunday to take part in a charity stroll through Windsor.
Organised by Sebastian's Action Trust, which provides a specialist holiday home for seriously ill children and their families, about 140 walkers helped raise more than £5,000.
The trust was founded by Ascot schoolboy Sebastian Gates, who died in 2003 aged nine of a rare childhood cancer.
Ramblers set off from Trevelyan Middle School in Wood Close at 10.30am and choose either a seven or 13 mile route which took them through many of the town's famous land marks including Windsor Great Park.
It is the third time the event has been held with co-organiser and volunteer at the trust, Meirion Shaw, calling it the best one ever.
"We have so many supporters and families that we help in the Berkshire area it is really good to have an event on their doorsteps," she said.
"We believe the whole family needs to be kept together so it is important to have these events were the whole family can take part."
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