CHILDREN and parents took to the catwalk for a family fashion show in aid of charity.

Award-winning stylist Lisa Talbot, from Maidenhead, coordinated and styled the event in aid of Sebastian's Action Trust, with families supported by the charity modelling an array of clothes from high-street and designer retailers.

There was also a scrumptious afternoon tea for guests and models to tuck into at the show at the Macdonald Hotel, in High Street, Windsor, on Wednesday.

Guests could enter into a raffle to claim prizes donated by Longacres Nursery, Smile Hair in Ascot and the Berystede Hotel.

Attended by 74 guests, the event raised �1,770.

Jane Gates, director of the trust, said: "As a relatively small charity without any statutory funding we are entirely dependent upon the goodwill of our supporters.

"All the money raised will help those families coping with a seriously-ill child or adolescent." Sebastian's Action Trust provides respite holidays and practical support for seriously-ill children and their families.

See today's Midweek Observer for more pictures.