It was a blast from the past in Wimbledon last week as horse riders gathered to take over the roads.

But this wasn't in an act of protest.

Instead it was to raise £15,000 for the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity and Alzheimer's Research UK.

Riders from Wimbledon Village Stables lined the roads in some interesting outfits, ranging from Fred Flinstone to Cruella De Vil, as they made their way from Wimbledon Common to Richmond Park.

Stable owner Carol Andrews said it was always exciting to be able to raise money for the charity.

"We were absolutely thrilled to be able to raise so much money for such fantastic causes and we all had so much fun doing it."

In total, the Stables has raised more than £330,000 for the Royal Marsden.