Superwoman hits Maidenhead as part of non-stop charity relay

Superwoman hits Maidenhead as part of non-stop charity relay

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James Preston

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Superwoman hits Maidenhead as part of non-stop charity relay
Imogen Mabey, in a Superwoman costume, heads into Maidenhead

Superwoman arrived in Maidenhead on Monday as part of a non-stop charity relay from Edinburgh to London.

A group of more than 100 volunteers ran about five miles each over a five-day period to raise money to help disadvantaged children around the world as part of Emilie's Relay, an event in memory of Oxford University student Emilie Harris, who was tragically killed in a cycling accident in 2004.

The baton was brought in to Maidenhead along Bath Road by costumed runners James and Imogen Mabey, from Clapham, and passed through Eton and Windsor before making its way into the capital.

The run has so far raised about £27,000.

Visit mydonate.bt.com/events/emiliesrelay to donate.

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