Being disabled does not mean you can not still enjoy a good walk - just ask wheelchair user Debbie North.

Mrs North is the person behind the 'accessible walks' section of the famous Outdoor Guide created by television presenter Julia Bradbury and her sister Gina Bradbury-Fox.

Mrs North is responsible for the AccessTOG walks listed in the guide that can be managed by people in wheelchairs or with disabilities.

On Saturday Mrs North led 60 walkers - many in wheelchairs - on a three mile walk from Windsor Castle all round the town's most attractive spots to raise money for Children in Need. They all had bobble hats provided by the Cotswold Outdoor clothing and equipment company and between them raised at least £200 for the cause.

It was the first ever wheelchair-friendly ramble around Windsor in aid of BBC Children in Need.

Pudsey Bear turned up in person to thank them.

Mrs North started looking for walks across the country that people with disabilities could do when she became wheelchair bound when only in her late 40s.

She and her husband had always loved walking. They still do and Mrs North has a variety of chairs that can negotiate rough terrain, she has even managed a mountain. She has personally covered every route she recommends in her guide.

She lives in Cumbria but came specially to Windsor to lead Saturday's walk.

She said: "It was lovely. We had a wide range of people with disabilities - not all in wheelchairs. There was a child with leukaemia, lots of grandparents. Everyone had a wonderful time."