A charity fashion show at the Royal Oak gastropub has raised £1,500 to support the new children's hospice at Maidenhead.

The pub in Paley Street welcomed Lexy Moriaty, manager of Jigsaw Marlow and her team back for the second year to present the show.

Her models paraded 'silky dresses, soft knits and leather pieces, modern classics and timeless shapes'.

Pub manager Nick Parkinson said: "We were delighted to invite Lexy and her team back for the second year. They put on a great show with such energy and enthusiasm. I’d also like to thank SpaceNK Marlow, for donating the goody bags and a shopping morning, including facials/make up. This event has become a tradition at The Oak and we have regular supporters who attend the every year. It’s great fun and most importantly raises funds for our charity, Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice Service."

Julia Philipson, Community Fundraiser at Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice charity which built the children's hospice said: “The Royal Oak at Paley Street have been such a great supporter of ours for so many years and it was great to be the beneficiary of their Jigsaw Fashion Show. We are thrilled that they raised just under £1,500 for us which could provide 18 hydrotherapy fun splash sessions at our local children’s hospice. Our huge thanks to The Royal Oak, Jigsaw Clothing in Marlow, Space NK Marlow and everyone who came along to the fashion show for their great generosity and support of Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice Service."