THE Slough Town Supporters Trust Charity Walk from Arbour Park to Woking Football Club is expected to raise over £1,500 this season, writes Rob Stevens.

The walk has become an end-of-season tradition for Rebels fans and more than £30,000 has been raised for local charities and the Supporters Trust since it first started in 1988.

The Trust choose to raise funds for the Slough Pit Stop Project and the educational charity will use the money to purchase motor mechanical equipment.

Daniel Brench from the Supporters Trust told the Observer: “It went really well and we’re really pleased. We left just after 7am, arrived in Sunningdale at 10.30am for a 30-minute break and then at Woking at 1.45pm.

“The weather was good, mostly cloudy but the sun came out toward the end. There were some lovely views through Windsor and the Great Park.

“We’re still working on collecting the money at the moment and hopefully we will have done so before the end of the season. We’re pushing £1,500 or more.

“Slough Pit Stop will be using it to replace car or by new mechanical equipment.

“The Trust share’s of the money will help carry on our work in the community by providing coach travel to matches, sponsored kits to schools, something that will help the football club or other local events.”

Brench added: "It was a fantastic result at Woking and good to get everyone together. We made a lot of noise and really got behind the team for a great result."