A fundraiser who was hit by a car as he danced his was from John O'Groats to Lands End will restart his attempt this morning.
Ben Hammond, a teacher and lecturer, was run over last month just 200 miles from the finish.
Having already danced almost 1000 miles through Scotland, England and Wales, Ben will set off from the site of the accident near Wells at 10am. He says he is focused on finally making it safely to the end, and hopes to complete the challenge on Saturday 1st December.
The Cheltenham Town squad have taken inspiration from this summer's Olympics to raise money for charity. The footballers took time away from preparing for Saturday's match with Southend to try their hand at different sports.
As part of a 'Gold Challenge' they took part in Olympic sports to raise money for the National Star College, which provides education for people with physical disabilities, brain injuries and associated learning difficulties.
Hundreds of women dressed up and walked 8km through Bath at midnight to raise money for Dorothy House Hospice Care.Read the full story ›
Tough guidelines to protect members of the public from overzealous charity street collectors have been introduced in Gloucester.
They're now banned from the city centre two days a week and will face tighter rules when they ARE allowed to operate. It follows complaints to the council.