A devastated couple whose daughter was stillborn have organised another sponsored Angel Walk in her memory.

Becki Lacey and her partner Glenn Smith, from Princes Risborough, first organised a sponsored angel walk back in May 2012, in memory of their daughter Eloise-May.

During a regular check up, it was discovered that Eloise-May did not have a heartbeat, and was delivered stillborn a few days later on May 4, 2011, at 38 weeks.

The distraught couple have since found happiness again in the form of their “special rainbow baby”, daughter, Isla (pictured), who was born in November 2012, but keep Eloise-May close to their heart.

The first event in Eloise-May’s memory was a “great success”, with almost 90 people wearing pink clothes and fairy wings raising more than £4,000 for The Ducklings Trust and The Child Bereavement charity.

The success of the first event prompted the couple to organise another one this year.

This year’s sponsored Angel Walk will celebrate what would have been Eloise-May’s fourth birthday and participants are asked to wear something pink or angel-related.

The angel-themed walk will take place on Saturday, May 2, from the Princes Risborough/Chinnor straight (B4009), with participants set to gather for 10:30am, before walking to The Three Horseshoes Pub in Towersey.

After a refreshment stop at the pub, the walkers will then make their way back again.

Balloons will be let off at the beginning of the walk to remember loved ones who have passed away.

Becki and Glenn have chosen to support The Ducklings Trust again, which raises money for equipment and helps improve the Maternity ward at Stoke Mandeville hospital, a charity which Becki says is close to the couple’s heart.

A further 25% of the funds raised will be donated to Aurora Bushay, a two-year-old girl who suffers with Rett Syndrome, a rare neurological disorder that affects one in 12,000 girls. The disorder will eventually take away her ability to walk, talk and use of her hands.

Becki said: “I can’t imagine how hard this is for her and her family so we wanted to do this to raise awareness of this condition as well.”

To take part in the sponsored angel walk, email Becki at bex.lacey1982@gmail.com to receive a sponsor pack. Any donations to the chosen charities would be greatly received.

Dogs are welcome to join the walk, but must be kept on leads.

To learn more about Rett Syndrome and Aurora’s progress, visit www.gofundme.com/aurorasparkle.