A first-time kayaker has paddled 150 miles from Cricklade to Teddington Lock to raise money to help get his step-daughter to the US for medical treatment.
ITV London spoke to Tony De Vreis and Nick Riley at the finish line of their journey.
They are raising money for 7 year old Isabell who still can't walk, talk or even eat unaided. She suffers from a rare chromosome disorder which has hampered her development. She's the only child in the UK with this particular abnormality.
A girl from Enfield has become the youngest ever female to Kayak across the English Channel.
Maia Wallace-Loizou completed the voyage with 15-year old Dylan Barber-May to raise money for the The Leaside Trust, a charity that they both attend in Hackney.
Leaside provides outdoor activities for disadvantaged young people, including kayaking, canoeing, mountain biking and orienteering. They also take inner-city children on adventure trips all over the UK.
Dylan and Maia paddled 20 miles across the Channel in 4 hours 15 minutes