A new agility trail for dogs has been launched at Windsor's Victoria Park behind Broom Farm Estate - more than two years after it was inspired by a sad event.

Ester Singh, then aged 12, came up with the idea of a fun obstacle course for dogs when she entered the junior section of the 2017 Bright Ideas competition organised by Windsor St George Rotary Club in partnership with the Royal Borough.

Ester said at the time: "A friend of mine had a dog that was run over while being taken for a walk. It was so sad it made me think of a way dogs could exercise safely by having something for them to play on in the park."

She won a trophy and £100.

The dog agility trail was completed in the last three months thanks to joint funding by the Rotary Club of Windsor St. George and the War Dogs Remembered Charity. It boasts jumps, tunnels, balancing beams and poles to weave around, all designed to test and strengthen your dog’s agility.

With the rise in puppies being adopted over the lockdown period and the limited opportunity to attend puppy training classes due to social distancing, the agility trail offers a fun and interactive activity for all the family to join in.

Dog trail pictures can be shared on Instagram @windsorrotary