Mother raises cash in memory of son

The mother of one of the victims of the Keswick bus crash has started a charity challenge in memory of her son.

15 year old Kieran Goulding died along with schoolmate Chloe Walker when the bus crashed in May 2010.

Now Kieran's mum Tracey Nicholson is cycling 900 miles - the equivalent of Lands End to John O'Groats - and aims to finish on what would have been Kieran's 18th birthday.

The money Tracey raises will go towards a new BMX track and skate park which would be built near Copeland Stadium in Whitehaven.

She explained to our correspondent John Bevir why the campaign is important to her.

Tracey explained how she said goodbye to her son that morning, how everyday she cries at the moment she found out something was wrong and how this challenge will help her deal with Kieran's birthday.