A family practitioner from King’s Lynn has completed an epic cycle ride from London to Paris to raise funds for a domestic abuse charity.
Sinead Murray spent months training for the 300-mile challenge.
Miss Murray, 27, raised £370 for Breckland-based the Daisy Foundation, which stands for Domestic Abuse Intervention Supporting You.
Miss Murray said: “I made friends with some amazing people.
“It felt like a dream and not reality. I loved every second.
“I think everyone should take part in a charity event. It is an amazing life experience. Doing it for charity makes it so much more special.
“Everyone had their own reasons why they chose their charities – it was very inspirational.”
Miss Murray is now planning her next challenge, cycling from Land’s End to John O’Groats.