Hundreds of people cheered on The One Show’s Matt Baker as he pedalled into Chatham last night on the penultimate stop of this year’s Children in Need challenge.
Matt has cycled a rickshaw from Land’s End and will finish his trip at London's Elstree Street studios during the live fundraising show tonight.
Around 700 people snapped up wristbands to be in the crowd when he arrived at Chatham’s Historic Dockyard.
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Matt joined six young people who have been supported by BBC Children in Need funded projects.
Their arrival was broadcast live at part of The One Show on BBC one.
Matt has been cycling alongside the team during the challenge and his fellow presenter, Alex Jones, has split time reporting from The One Show studios and on the road with the team.
They set off from Cornwall a week ago and have worked their way across England in a bid to cross the finish line in time for the BBC Children in Need appeal show tonight.
Steve Wolfe, 41, from Rainham, was at the dockyard last night, he said: "It was really great, really enjoyable.
"It was a real insight - it's a fantastic amount of money they're raising. They're inspirational to people like me and to the rest of the nation."
Mr Wolfe took his six-year-old daughter Ellie to see the show.
"She had a fantastic time and she's gone into school today dressed up in her ears."
Since 2011 the Rickshaw challenge has raised more than £7.9 million for Children in Need.
Medway has featured in the BBC’s coverage several times. Last year, singers at Dickens World joined a choir of 1,685 schoolchildren, from across the UK, to sing I’ll Stand By You.
Children in Need will start at 7.30pm tonight on BBC one and will be presented by Dermot O'Leary, Tess Daly, Rochelle Humes, Nick Grimshaw and Fearne Cotton.
For more pictures see Monday’s Medway Messenger.