BBC ONE SHOW'S annual Rickshaw Challenge set off from Anglesey on Friday.

Now in its ninth year, the event sees a team of six young people and presenter Matt Baker take on an eight-day challenge involving a trike.

The team set off from Holyhead in the early hours of Friday morning before working their way down through the likes of Llanfairpwll and Menai Bridge towards Portmeirion, where they finished up on day one.

Eventually the group will have travelled across Wales for three days before crossing over into England in Oswestry, and then making their way down to the finish line at BBC Elstree Studios on November 15 for the BBC Children in Need Appeal Show.

Upon their stop in Llanfairpwll, the Rickshaw Challenge team were greeted by the likes of Gwen Owen, who was wearing a traditional Welsh costume.

She said: "When I greeted Matt and the team, they wanted me to pronounce Llanfairpwll in full and also wanted to know where the toilet was!"

Manager of James Pringle-Weavers - where the team stopped off in Llanfairpwll said: "The Rickshaw Challenge is such a fantastic event and we support it 100%"

Our photographer Kerry Roberts was at the scene when the crew arrived in Llanfairpwll this morning.

Since 2011, the BBC One Show Rickshaw Challenge has raised over £25 million for BBC Children in Need, with donations going on to make a difference to the lives of children and young people across the UK.