01:30PM, Monday 10 October 2016
Organisers have hailed the 'best year ever' for the Twyford Charity Family Fun Run.
More than 300 runners aged three and up took to the King George V Playing Field for the annual event, which is now in its fifth year, on Sunday.
And the highlight of the day was a visit by Prime Minister Theresa May, who presented prizes to race winners.
The event, which was run by Twyford Together, formerly known as the Twyford Village Partnership, is expected to have raised more than £3,000 for a range of good causes, including Age Concern and children's charities Building for the Future and Daisy's Dream.
Speaking afterwards, Gordon Storey, one of the organisers, said: "It's been the best one we've ever had and the cherry on the cake was the Prime Minister not just being there, but also presenting prizes prizes to the kids, who all absolutely loved it.
"It was just a super event."
Visit www.twyfordtogether.org to find out more about Twyford Together and the run.
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