Video report by ITV Meridian reporter Cary Johnston

Two four-year-old girls have been raising money for the Thames Valley Air Ambulance Service by embarking on a sponsored 10 kilometre walk. Selina and Esme walked around their estate in Newbury with the help of their parents. 

The youngsters were determined to do their bit for the service after hearing about an urgent appeal for donations. Both of them live with hyperactivity and autism and the idea of the walk came from taking several trips in emergency vehicles to the hospital. 

Selina and Esme both live with hyperactivity and autism and have taken several trips to hospital

Thames Valley Air Ambulance have been hit financially in recent weeks after having to cancel many of their fundraising events due to the lockdown. They've described the girls as 'brave' for taking on the 10 kilometre walk and say they really appreciate their fundraising efforts.