02:46AM, Wednesday 09 October 2013
A much-loved leader was remembered by brownies taking part in Sunday's Twilight Walk.
The walk in aid of the Brain Tumour Charity took in Windsor's top historic sites.
The 1st Clewer Brownies had a special reason for taking part. They were remembering Lilian Allen - their brown owl and 'wise owl' for more than 40 years.
Scout and guide leader David Shaw said: "Her brilliant sense of humour was second to none - always very positive and smiling, giving immense pleasure to all who came into contact with her.
"Lilian was a marvellous mum, grandma, great grandma and friend."
The guides were also celebrating the continued recovery of guide Ruby Kendle who had a brain tumour removed two years ago and who helped out at the event with members of her family.
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