A Pewsey woman will walk more than 100 miles in a bid to help bring back her children from Libya.

Tanya Borg's daughters, Angel and Maya, were taken from Wiltshire by their father Mohammed El Zubaidy in 2015.

On Saturday (Saturday October 24) Maya will turn nine - which will be the fifth birthday in a row she has spent without her mother.

Miss Borg had agreed the girls could go on a holiday to Tunisia with their father. He had left the girls with his mother in Libya where they've been ever since. Orders by Libyan courts to return the girls have been ignored.

Miss Borg has been fighting for five years to bring the children home and has repeatedly tried to get the UK Government to intervene

Tomorrow (Friday October 23) she will set off on foot from Pewsey Wharf to walk hundreds of miles across five days - all the way to 10 Downing Street.

Once in London, she will deliver a petition asking Prime Minister Boris Johnson for political assistance.

Miss Borg and her family are imploring Mr Johnson – a new father himself – to intervene in her fight to bring Angel and Maya home.

If you would like to support the walk and Borg family, please visit https://www.gofundme.com/f/tzjsh-help-me-get-my-girls-home