Hundreds of very young people along with their parents and carers joined in the second Stornoway Peppa Pig Muddy Puddle Walk yesterday morning (Saturday May 4th)

They set off from the Bayhead Play area in a circular walk via the Porters’ Lodge and the Bridge Centre bridge.

And there was plenty of fruit to welcome the participants when they arrived at the end of the walk.

The organisers said later: “Thanks so much to the Co-op for the fruit! It kept us all going this morning!”

They added that: “We’re very grateful to Western Isles Lottery for supporting the event again and ensuring Peppa and George can be there with a few other fruity friends!

“Also to Bayhead Park for hosting us again and Gaelic Medium Education in the Western Isles for creating our bilingual certificates!”

The walk is to raise funds for the vital work being done by Save the Children across the world and is also about getting families active and having fun together.

Last year four- year old Bethany Macleod and her family organised the first Peppa Pig Muddy Puddle Walk in Stornoway.  Her mother Michelle has set up this JustGiving page to raise money for Save the Children.