At the end of September, we reported how a 13-year-old boy from Marlow with mild cerebral palsy was planning to walk six hours for charity.

Jamie Tennant, who was born 14 weeks early in 2006, spent the first 362 days of his life in hospital where he faced a number of health problems.

These problems saw Jamie having a tracheostomy, he spent the first two years of his life using a ventilator to breathe and suffered from battle chronic lung disease, which left the teenager with mild cerebral palsy.

However, due to the incredible work of the doctors and nurses, the brave teenager pulled through.

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And after learning about his past in the summer, Jamie wanted to do his bit for other premature babies.

So he, along with his mum, Laura, walked from Marlow to Henley then back to Marlow, on Saturday, September 28.

The six-hour trek saw Jamie raise £2,223 for the charity Bliss, who care for babies who are born prematurely.

Speaking after the walk, Laura told the Bucks Free Press: “The first three hours were very good but we did really feel the tiredness in the last three hours!

“We met up with some family midway through the walk and that was lovely for Jamie, as it goes to show how many people are supporting him.

“The Saturday really did take it out of him so on Sunday, we just had a nice day where we just relaxed.

"The money that has been raised is just incredible. Jamie is absolutely thrilled.

"I'm so proud of him and I'd like to say thank you to everyone who donated. We are very, very grateful."

Jamie walked for 362 minutes to commemorate the number of days he spent in hospital and had planned to raise £362.

However, two weeks before the walk took place, it was revealed that the 13-year-old raised more than £1,200.

All the money will go to Bliss, who celebrated their 40th anniversary this year.