A record-breaking number of walkers, wearing every colour of the rainbow, walked in memory of loved ones for Thames Hospice Sunflower walk last Sunday.

The walk started, and finished, at the Hospice’s grounds by Bray Lake. Supporters collectively raised £100,000 – another all time high for the charity.

Thames Hospice Head of Community and Events Fundraising Claire Redrup says: “I am absolutely elated at the record turnout and amount raised for our wonderful event this year! We are so grateful for our community’s continued support and it was an honour to hear so many stories of why participants chose to walk.”

All funds raised from the Sunflower Walk will help Thames Hospice to continue to provide vital care for their local community.

Laura Doyle, whose father recently passed away at the hospice, says: “We took part in the Sunflower Walk because they've provided light during the darkest of hours.”