10:38AM, Monday 16 February 2015
A vintage Volkswagen campervan was in Windsor town centre over the weekend helping to raise money for Alexander Devine Children's Hospice Service.
The team from the newly-opened Gigney's Restaurant in Peascod Street is doing a series of events during its launch week, one of which included a photobooth inside a campervan and tombola, with all proceeds going to the Alexander Devine charity.
Photos with fun props in the van were free but donations for the charity were asked for if you took a print out.
The tombola included prizes such as a free burger at Gigney's and a tub of ice cream.
Michelle Heywood runs the Best of Windsor website and helped to set up the fundraising event.
She said: "We chose Alexander Devine because it's a great local charity. The restaurant is all about helping local businesses and the community so fundraising for charity fitted in with that."
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