A charity cycle ride offering stunning views of Herefordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire will take place this summer.

The LINC Three Counties Cycle Ride raises funds for the Leukaemia & Intensive Chemotherapy Fund, which is based in Cheltenham but supports cancer patients across the three counties.

The ride, which this year has a jubilee theme, will start and finish at Tewkesbury Rugby Club on Sunday July 17. Participants have a choice of the 64km or 32km route.

On the longer route, Bromsberrow Village Hall will be open for refreshments and a well-earned break.

At the end of the ride, cyclists and their families are invited to a barbecue at the rugby club. 

Ledbury Reporter: The Tewkesbury Hill Billies Cycling Club at a previous eventThe Tewkesbury Hill Billies Cycling Club at a previous event

Organisers are encouraging both team and individual entries this year, with prizes for the best dressed jubilee-themed participants, and the most money raised.

You can register online and download a sponsor form at ww.lincfund.org/event/jubilee-cycle-ride 

Every penny raised will help support local people through challenging intensive chemotherapy treatments.

The Leukaemia & Intensive Chemotherapy Fund gives physical and emotional support to local people with leukaemia, lymphoma and other blood cancers.

It also gives financial support to those in difficulty as a result of their illness and provides new facilities and equipment as required.