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Barbara Windsor reunites with EastEnders stars to celebrate money raised for Dementia Revolution

Barbara played Peggy Mitchell in EastEnders from 1994 till 2016!

Former EastEnders actress Dame Barbara Windsor has reunited with her co-stars to celebrate the money raised for Dementia Revolution.

Jake Wood, who plays Max Branning in the BBC soap, posted a picture to his Instagram page.

In the picture Barbara can be seen stood next to her husband Scott Mitchell.

Jake is behind them and his family are also in the picture.

Natalie Cassidy, who plays Sonia Fowler, Tanya Franks, who plays Rainie Cross, Jamie Borthwick, who plays Jay Brown, Jane Slaughter, who plays Tracey the barmaid, Kellie Shirley, who played Carly Wicks and Emma Barton, who plays Honey Mitchell can also be seen smiling in the photo.

Jake captioned the post: "Wonderful day yesterday to celebrate £151,367.21 raised for Dementia Revolution by #barbarasrevolutionaries to help fund research into dementia."

Wonderful day yesterday to celebrate money raised for Dementia Revolution.

Fans were quick to comment on the post.

One wrote: "Excellent work."

A second commented: "Massive amount of money, well done."

A third said: "Fantastic."

Jake's daughter Amber also shared a lovely photo with Barbara.

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always lovely to see you Babs💖

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Barbara recently thanked fans as she prepared to visit Boris Johnson at Downing Street.

In a special new video from the Alzheimer's Society, the former EastEnders star says the support of the public "means so much."

Sitting at a dining table, Barbara says: "Thank you all so much for showing your support and signing the letter to our new prime minister.

"It means so much."

She finishes by saying: "Let's make this happen and fix dementia care."

Barbara thanked fans for their support (Credit: Alzheimer's Society/YouTube)

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The open letter that last month Barbara and her husband Scott urged the public to sign, has over 100,000 signatures and was presented at 12.30pm today (Monday September 2).

Dame Barbara was expected to be there in person along with Scott, Alzheimer's Society chief executive Jeremy Hughes, director of policy Sally Copley and carers Nimisha Sharma and Manrata Shukla.

The letter asks the prime minister to sort out the devastating state of dementia care by immediate investment and address long-term reform for the social care system.

Scott and EastEnders stars ran the London Marathon to raise money for Dementia Revolution (Credit:

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Last year, Scott revealed Barbara had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 2014.

Earlier this year Scott and EastEnders stars Adam Woodyatt, Natalie, Tanya, Jake, Jane, Jamie, Emma and Kellie ran the London Marathon to raise money for Dementia Revolution.

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