More than 250 dog walkers flocked to High Wycombe’s Hughenden Manor yesterday to raise money for a popular south Bucks animal charity.

The walk at the National Trust site was part of a Great British Dog Walk campaign by Saunderton-based charity Hearing Dogs for Deaf People which features events at 20 sites across the UK.

A total of 269 walkers were invited to either a 3km or 6km route with all funds raised going to the charity.

Lisa Bishop, Community Fundraising Manager at Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, said: “We are delighted that so many people from High Wycombe and the surrounding areas joined in the fun this weekend.

“It was such a wonderful event and it was so fun to spot the many different dogs putting their best paw forward in the mud for our charity.

“Funds raised from our walks will help to transform the lives of even more deaf people across the UK and every penny really does make an enormous difference so thank you to everyone who joined us."

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