10:35AM, Monday 09 March 2015
A brisk early morning stroll around Windsor Great Park was enjoyed by walkers and their canine companions on Saturday.
Thames Hospice's Woofs and Wellies walk saw about 80 people of all ages take part as they brought along their dogs to raise money for a good cause.
Starting at 8.45am, walkers set off from the from Savill Court Hotel, in Bishopsgate, before they went onto enjoy a seven kilometre stroll around the scenic park in the spring sunshine.
Marketing assistant at Thames Hospice, Lindsey Edwards, said: "It went really well, everyone was really happy and did it really quickly.
"It is a fun day out really, its just a nice thing to do in the area and you get to make the most of the Great Park and everyone has got dogs they want to walk.”
Thames Hospice provides nursing and medical care, with emotional and practical support for adults who have illnesses from which they are not expected to recover.
The event is expected to raise more than £5,000 for the charity.
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