The Dawn to Dusk fundraiser on June 22 has announced it has raised over £60,000, surpassing its £50,000 goal.

The event, which involved 54 participants including doctors, nurses, patients, and supporters, also saw its cycling route start in Winchester and conclude in East Huntspill, Somerset.

Before the event, the count stood at £31,952.

In the post-event celebration, participants gathered at a Somerset farm equipped with lodges, glamping pods and yurts.

Jo Green, director of operations and marketing for PLANETS who is a neuroendocrine cancer patient and participated in the 100-mile challenge, said: "We are immensely proud of what our patients, clinicians, supporters and sponsors achieved through our Dawn to Dusk challenge and cannot thank everyone enough - it truly was epic.

"We had a total of 54 participants aged from 15 to 74 who all made it through the 100 miles and who all played their part in securing £60,000 for the charity which will prove vital to the work we do for cancer patients.

"We all feel extremely fortunate to have shared this amazing experience with so many brilliant people and it really shows what can be achieved when people come together, not just in terms of fundraising but also the friendships and bonds created along the way."