A WHITCHURCH mum has admitted she was delighted with the turnout for a 'Peppa Pig Muddy Walk' organised for the weekend.

Danielle Platt arranged for mums, dads and kids to head around the canal and town with a giant-sized Peppa to raise hundreds of pounds for Save the Children.

With a final total to come in the coming weeks, Dani thanked all those who took part and helped her.

She said: "I'm just trying to make a difference.

"I've organised this walk so parents of Whitchurch can enjoy a nice scenic walk and appreciate the walks in our town.

"Also, at the same time, it was to have fun, sing nursery rhymes, cat6ch up with parents and generally enjoy each other's company.

"I would like to thank the following for their help and support in getting 5ther walk organised and supported.

"First, Tesco for their fruit donations, Lisa Conroy for printing and laminating the Peppa Pig pictures, Jayde Sharp at Party Animals for the special guests and Lockside Cafe too, plus all generous donations."