Volunteers have replanted a memorial garden in Windsor.

Members of the Windsor and Eton Society set about replanting the World War One Memorial Garden on Bachelors Acre on Saturday, April 13,

The central Windsor landmark is in a prominent position but has previously been neglected - according to the society.

The team of seven, led by Alison Logan, came armed with plants and gardening gear.

Chris Aitken, Vice Chair of the Windsor and Eton Society said: "The Windsor and Eton Society are delighted to support the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead with projects like this improving our local environment."

The volunteer team also undertook maintenance and improved the Charles Knight Grave area at The edge of Bachelors Acre.

The Windsor and Eton Society helps to preserve, protect, promote and improve features of historic or public interest in the towns.

They also keep a careful eye on planning and architecture as well as educating those in the area.