Donate to schoolgirl who cycled length of Great Britain for Crisis
Holly Bishton, 16, from Shropshire, has raised more than ?1,000 for Crisis by cycling from Lands End to John O'Groats.
Holly, who will be going to sixth form college in September to study arts, physics, maths and biology, started training for the ride in May after being inspired by Crisis’ work.
She set off on 12 July and reached her destination on 25 July.
Holly said: “By raising money for Crisis I know it will actually go towards giving people a chance for a better life – particularly in the current economic climate it’s very hard for people. When I got to the end I thought, ‘yes, I’ve done it, I’ve succeeded’.
“We did between 80 and 90 miles a day. We marked out the first few days up till Shropshire but after that we took the laptop and decided what we were doing day to day - it was great fun and wasn’t that hard once we got into the swing of things. Also we were amazed by the fact that we didn’t get any punctures.
“I would definitely do it again.”
Holly was joined on the challenge by her mum while her dad and brother supported them along the way in a camper van.
To donate, visit Holly’s Just Giving page.