A kidney transplant survivor from Sutton has completed her stay at home marathon to raise money for St Helier's Kidney Transplant team.

Lisa Laing, 50, walked and peddled the total distance of 1084 miles in her back garden to raise money for the NHS.

Lisa, who was born with kidney disease, has received two kidney transplants with the help of St Helier Hospital and says her donors helped give her the 'gift of life'.

The strong mother, who represents St Helier in the British Transplant games, would usually be training, however, has been shielding for the last 8 weeks due to the outbreak.

Speaking to Sutton Guardian, Lisa Laing said: "I have completed the 1084 miles from Lands End to John O'Groats.

"Raising nearly £700 for the St Helier renal unit and Transplant team.

"The challenge over the last 5 weeks has kept me busy, both physically and mentally.

"The generosity of people at this uncertain time is staggering.

"I have had friends, family and strangers donating money, gifts and their precious time to thank our NHS and make their lives a little more comfortable.

"I'm overwhelmed by the response.

"Thank you to each and everyone for your kindness and thank you to our NHS heroes."

Lisa will also use donations to create toiletry hampers for St Helier.

Donations reached £680 out of her targeted £250 at the time of publishing.

If you would like to help Lisa donate to St Helier Kidney transplant team, visit https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/llaing