Eton’s annual Mufti/Casual Change Day raised £3,028 for Slough Mencap.

The streets of Eton saw a colourful collection of Crayola crayons, a shark, a parachutist and characters from Mario Cart moving between lessons.

Through the School’s Community Engagement programme, boys have now been volunteering weekly for the charity for over 50 years.

The local organisation works to enrich the lives of people with learning disabilities and their families.

Currently, Slough Mencap is the point of contact for over 80 people with learning difficulties in Slough and the surrounding area.

Thank you to members of the Photography Unit, who manned the photobooth and captured these colourful pictures.