No-one can accuse Maxine Bojen of not doing enough to raise funds and promote Home-Start East Lindsey.
Maxine, who works for the locally based charity, aimed to complete 70-mile cycle ride yesterday (Tuesday).
The route covered Home Start’s offices in the district.
Maxine set off from Louth and cycled to Horncastle. She then headed for Skegness before returning to Louth, via Mablethorpe.
Maxine said: “I love cycling but I’ve never done anything like this before.
“I have done a lot of training over the route but there seem to be a few more hills than I remembered.
“I was certainly glad to get the Louth to Horncastle section out of thew way.”
Maxine set herself the target of completing the challenge with working hours.
She’s hoping to raise as much money as possible to support local families - and promote Home-Start.
All Home-Start’s staff are taking part in the challenge of covering the 700 square miles of East Lindsey.
Apart from cycling, they have been busy walking, kayaking, hoola-hooping, visiting the gym and dieting with the intention of becoming a fitter and healthier team.
Maxine has a fundraising page at www.justgiving.com/Maxine-Bojen.