Thanks to generous donations and hard work, Lilly da Gama has smashed her fundraising target.
In October, Lilly set herself a charity challenge to cycle 60 miles on a special bike to raise money for The Walton Neuroscience Fund.
The charity means a lot to her because it has helped Lilly since she was diagnosed with Neuromyelitis Optica - a rare condition which put her in a wheelchair.
But determination and wanting to give something back to the centre pushed Lilly to complete her 60-mile cycle.
And during the 31-day challenge, in which she cycled two miles a day on a Medicotech bike, Lilly has raised more than £800.
She say: ‘When I first used the Medicotech bike, it was really hard and I only managed to do just over half-a-mile in one go.
‘I was spending a week at the centre using the bike so set myself a challenge of doing a mile in 10 minutes.
‘I kept pushing myself and managed to do it.
‘Once I had done that, I wanted to give something back.
‘So I thought of the 60-mile challenge.
‘That was the perfect distance because it would be challenging but doable.’
Lilly finished the challenge after an exhausting month.
But she managed to smash her target of £500.