The widow of a Red Arrows pilot who died in a crash at an air show, is taking part in a charity walk in the Peak District later.
Jon Egging, from Ufton in Warwickshire, died in 2011. His wife Emma, set up a trust in his memory, to help teenagers to fulfil their potential.
The widow of a Warwickshire Red Arrows pilot who died in a crash, has visited a school in Lincoln as part of her ongoing work for the Trust set up in his memory.
Emma Egging spoke to pupils at Priory Witham Academy, who are taking part in a fundraising event to raise money for the Trust for Jon Egging, who was born in Ufton and grew up in Southam.
The programme targets youngsters who have been underachieving at school, attempting to inspire and motivate them. Jon Egging, who was 33 and also known as 'Red 4', was killed when his plane came down two years ago.
Emma Egging was talking to Calendar at Priory Witham Academy in Lincoln, which she was visiting as part of her ongoing work for the Trust set up in her husband, Jon Egging's memory.
Jon Egging, who lived in Rutland and flew as a Red Arrows pilot, died after his plane crashed during the Bournemouth Airshow last August.
His widow, Emma Egging, ran the Great North Run for the Jon Egging Trust, which raises money to help children achieve their dreams.
Emma Egging told ITV News why she decided to take part in the Great North Run.
A service has been held at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire to pay tribute to all the British soldiers killed on duty last year.
The families of the 59 servicemen and women were there to hear their names read out and to lay wreaths at the Armed Forces Memorial.