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Trio of cyclists finish 1,500 mile challenge for charity

The cyclists, Hugo Bromell, Rory Mcmillan and Tom James with RNLI supporter Wendy Ellison

Three eighteen year olds from Dorset have finished a challenge to cycle 1,500 miles for charity.

Hugo Bromell, Tom James and Rory McMillian are former students from Sherborne School. They raised more than £2,000 for the RNLI. The challenge took them from Dorset up to Scotland. It took the trio 31 days to complete the feat.

"I decided to take part in the cycle challenge after a lecture from someone at school who told us he has cycled around the world, which I thought sounded very interesting. The three of us wanted to take part in the challenge to raise money for a charity, and because the school had been supporting the RNLI for the past few years it immediately came to mind."

– Hugo Bromell, cyclists

Exhausted but exhilarated: Davina recovers from her epic bike ride

The television presenter Davina McCall is easing her aching muscles today, after a gruelling charity bike ride through the Sussex countryside. She joined hundreds of women who cycled either 21, 40 or 63 miles to raise money for Action Medical Research.

Andrea Thomas was there to meet them at the finishing line. She spoke to Davina McCall and Ella Moye.