The mum of murdered Hanwell teenager Alice Gross has praised the "great atmosphere" at this years Osterley Park race.
Runners took to the Osterley Park 10k, the official race for Alice's Youth Music Memorial Fund, on June 11 from 10.30am.
And Ros Hodgkiss, mother of Alice Gross, said that her daughter would have been "heartened" to have seen people running in her memory.
She said: "There was a great atmosphere in Osterley Park and I was delighted to see Youth Music staff and others raising money for Alice’s Youth Music Memorial Fund.
"I know Alice would have been heartened to see them running in her memory to help provide life-changing opportunities, though music, for vulnerable young people".
Alice's Youth Music Memorial Fun was set up in response to the schoolgirl's passion for singing and music after she died, with the fund aimed at helping disadvantaged children by supporting the National Foundation for Youth Music.
The charity supports more than 350 music projects in the country, including several in west London such as the Belvue School in Ealing which provides a specialist music programme for pupils with learning disabilities.
An inquest heard that prime suspect Arnis Zalkalns took his own life soon after killing the 14-year-old.
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