A couple are set to dash through Europe in a souped-up Skoda to raise funds for charity.
Greg and Sue Warwick, who run Jeeves Barbers in the High Street, set off yesterday to take part in the annual charity driving event Screwball Rally.
The couple have dressed up as fictional characters the Mad Hatter and Alice, and will be driving just under 1,800 miles through France and Andorra, to Spain and back again in five days.
They will be raising money for the Elisabeth Curtis Centre Riding for the Disabled, based in Bromham.
The pimped-up vehicle, dubbed the Alice Mobile, has been donated free of charge by Bedford franchise Progress Skoda.
The Alice Mobile will be one of 43 cars taking part in the rally, with all teams raising money for their own chosen charities.
And just to make it more fun, all participants are required to stay in their fancy dress throughout the whole journey.