Anyone seeking an energetic way to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday this weekend can find it by taking part in the annual Cycle Together Sandringham charity ride on Sunday.
Although advance entries have now closed, participants can still register on the day at the start in the grounds of the Park House Hotel, on the royal estate.
And anyone who completes any of the 10, 20, 50 or 100 mile routes will receive a commemorative medal marking the royal occasion.
Now in its fourth year, Cycle Together has already raised tens of thousands of pounds to support the ongoing work of Park House to provide respite breaks for disabled people and their carers.
And organiser Phil Davies said: “We are hoping to raise enough money from the entry fees and sponsorship to purchase an adapted vehicle that will allow us to take two wheelchair guests and their carers to places of interest in the area, which we know will be greatly appreciated.”
The ride also forms part of a day of entertainment in the hotel grounds, which will include a fete with music from the Hilgay Silver Band, a treasure hunt, GoRide cycling sessions for children and a host of stalls.
For more information about the event, visit www.leonardcheshire.org/cycletogether, or ring Park House on 01485 543000.