The Ladies of the Tæppa's Tump Morris Dancing troop brought fun and entertainment to shoppers in Windsor on Saturday.

They were everywhere - starting off on Windsor Eton Bridge and strutting their stuff in Peascod Street, outside the Guildhall and in Alexandra Gardens.

The Tæppa's Tump Ladies North West Morris side was formed in 1981. Its name was taken from the burial mound of Tæppa, a Saxon chieftain who gave his name to the nearby village of Taplow.

The ladies of Taeppas Tump were not alone on Saturday.

They were joined by the Fleur de Lys Ladies Morris Dancers from Godalming and the mixed Garston Gallopers, which added a few men to the occasion.

Backing the dancers was a male band which included Alan Chetwood - whose Anne is the Squire of Taeppa's Tump.

He said: "We were lucky with the weather.

"The forecast had been for rain but apart from one light shower as we moved to a new site we got away with it."

The dancers were also raising money for Tæppa's Tump's good cause of the year which is Sport in Mind - the mental health sports charity. They raised £100 from shoppers.