Soccer legend Sir Geoff Hurst has been in Cheltenham to take part in the Memory Walk in aid of the Alzheimer's Society. Some 1,500 people signed up for the event in Pittville Park to walk a route of either 3km or 6.5km.
Sir Geoff is known as the footballer who took England to victory in the 1966 World Cup, scoring a hat-trick against West Germany at Wembley. But three of his team mates from that historic event are now living with Alzheimer's - Martin Peters, Ray Wilson and Nobby Stiles.
Joining Sir Geoff at the start of the walk was Joy Thomas, 73, from Quedgeley, Gloucester, and her husband Owen, who has vascular dementia.