A fundraising motorcyclist is calling for riders from the Lynn area to help him raise thousands of pounds for charity.
Paul Newman, from Cambridge, will set off on a 4,000-mile journey around the British coastline next month in aid of the National Autistic Society.
His nine-year-old son Reece lives with the condition and Paul is aiming to raise £10,000 for the charity.
Paul will set off on September 1 and plans to use coastal B roads to complete the journey and sleep in a tent wherever possible.
And he hopes that as many bikers from West Norfolk as possible will join him on the last leg of the route, which will finish at the British Motorcyclists Federation show in Peterborough on September 15.
Anyone wishing to sponsor Paul should visit www.justgiving.com/RideForNas. More information about the campaign is also available at www. rideforautismgb.co.uk