Walkers took to the Thames Path on Saturday to raise money for the British Armed Forces charity – Help for Heroes.

The group of 46 was led along by Dave Lewis and started at the Trout at Tadpole Bridge before heading off to Ye Olde Swan at Radcot, The Plough at Kelmscott, Trout inn near Lechlade before finishing at Arkell’s Brewery’s – Riverside Inn.

Along the way they were treated to live music at The Plough at Kelmscott from TV’s The Voice star – Vince Freeman.

Plough manager Charlie Keeling said: "This has been going for a few years now and we are always delighted to have them along.

"It is a great charity and cause so we wanted to make it a garden party atmosphere so booked Vince and his drummer Pete who played an exceptional acoustic set, it was a lovely day.”

Help for Heroes supports those with injuries and illness attributable to their service in the British Armed Forces.

The walk came to an end in Lechlade at The Riverside Inn where the group were given medals and treated to more music this time from rocker Rick Chase who belted out some classic hits.

Will Rowe, manager of the waterside pub and restaurant said: “It means so much to everyone as we all have a link to the military whether it is through friends or family. We are looking forward to seeing them again next year."