By Harriet Ernstsons Tuesday 17 September 2013 Updated: 17/09 11:14
HUNDREDS put their best foot forward for a fund-raising walk in aid of people living with cancer.
The Miles for Macmillan event at Ragley Hall saw families walking more than 2,300 miles to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Research.
Fund-raisers walked either three or eight miles around the site during the event, which was run in partnership with Boots UK.
Webheath resident Sonia Tudor, who lost both of her parents to the disease and is hoping to run the London Marathon next year for the charity, completed the longer walk.
She said: "If you have ever had a Macmillan nurse in your life, you will understand why when I walked asked to walk the answer was simple.
"For those who will need a Macmillan nurse, I will keep working hard to raise money to make sure there is a Macmillan angel there for you.
"My life without my mum and dad is and will never be the same again. I know they were walking with me on Sunday."
Oonagh Turnbull, head of community and giving at Boots, added: "We are delighted at the fantastic turnout at Ragley Estate and the money raised will be invaluable to helping to continue the fantastic work done by Macmillan."
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