BBC’s Matt Baker passes through Crow country for Children in Need challenge

PUBLISHED: 10:18 18 November 2011

Matt Baker passed through the villages of Fowlmere, Barley and Barkway on a rickshaw this morning. Picture: STEVE WILLIAMS

Matt Baker passed through the villages of Fowlmere, Barley and Barkway on a rickshaw this morning. Picture: STEVE WILLIAMS

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BBC’S Matt Baker powered through Crow country on a rickshaw this morning (Friday) as he aims to complete a 484-mile challenge for Children in Need.

The One Show TV presenter passed Fowlmere, Barley and Barkway by 8.30am on the final 59-mile leg of his eight-day journey from Edinburgh to London.

Matt, who set off from Cambridge early this morning and is due to reach London in time for tonight’s live show on BBC1, has so far raised more than £835,000 for the cause.

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