A grieving couple who lost their baby last month have organised a fundraising midnight charity walk in his memory.
Baby Cameron was stillborn at Wexham Park Hospital on April 14.
Now his mum Laura Vokes, 20 and dad Adam Foster-Poole, 23, of Moorbridge Road, Maidenhead are planning a charity walk to his graveside on July 7.
They are joining 50 close friends and relatives to walk from Peascod Street in, Windsor to Braywick Cemetery.
They will arrive at midnight bearing Chinese lanterns and money raised will go to the charity Tommy's, which funds research into stillbirths and miscarriages.
Laura said: "I wanted to keep busy. There is no point in moping about. When I heard about this charity it seemed the perfect one to support. I have really enjoyed organising the walk."
Laura, who is a hairdresser and Adam, a support worker for adults who have learning difficulties, have also found consolation in their much loved 15-month-old son Lloyd (pictured).
To support their walk and to donate to Tommy's visit http://www.tommys.org/cameron 2012
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