A DEDICATED volunteer has completed her final challenge in a bid to raise money for a charity.

Rosemary Webb, who has supported COATS (Crowthorne Old Age to Teen Society) for over 40 years wanted to do help towards the refurbishment of its Day Centre.

The pensioner walked for 100 miles throughout April to raise money for the Building a Better Coats project.

She said: "COATS is an excellent service and do so much for the community.

"I thought, why not raise money and keep fit at the same time."

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The volunteer has previously embarked on physical challenges, such as climbing Snowdon a couple of times.

The COATS charity in Pinewood Avenue, Crowthorne, runs a centre for residents to come together and enjoy lunch and entertainment.

In 2018, the charity served more than 100 individuals with over 4500 freshly cooked meals, in order to encourage companionship.

Works will begin in May 2019, and the building promises to have a 'new look', offering more natural light inside, more space for activities and events and better access into its centre.

The charity has been running for 50 years, and has run its day centre for the last 15 years providing a space for senior citizens to come together.