A law firm worker was King of the road as she took on a 100-mile cycle challenge for charity.

Victoria King, from Watford law firm VWV, completed the London to Surrey ride for Home-Start Watford and Three Rivers on Sunday. She has so far raised £540.

Victoria said:"Taking part in the Prudential Ride has been such a rewarding challenge. As a firm, community engagement is at the heart of everything we do, and we have formed a great relationship with Home-Start Watford and Three Rivers over the last year. I'm sure all in the Watford office will agree that the money raised is going to an incredibly worthy cause."

VWV chose Home-Start Watford & Three Rivers as its Charity of the Year for 2017/18 and raised more than £5,000 through a number of fundraising activities, including taking part in a wing-walk, a one mile open water swim, an abseil, Christmas present collections and bake sale. Victoria had been training hard and had taken part in the London to Brighton earlier this summer.

Home-Start helps vulnerable families with young children deal with the challenges they face, such as post-natal depression, isolation or bereavement, by providing emotional and practical support.

Developed by the Mayor of London in 2013 to encourage people to cycle safely, the Prudential Ride London-Surrey each year sees amateur cyclists as well as professionals ride from London to Surrey, and then back, for charity. More than £53 million has been raised for charity since 2013.

To support Victoria and donate to Home-Start Watford and Three Rivers, visit Victoria's fundraising page at mydonate.bt.com/fundraisers/victoriaking2