Jersey born actor Henry Cavill was back in his home island on Sunday to mark the annual Durrell Challenge – a short race to raise money for the wildlife charity founded by Gerald Durrell.
The Durrell Challenge is a 13km road race held in Jersey and is part of a wider day of celebrations to raise funds for the charity.
The timed race starts at Victoria Park in St Helier at 09:00 and ends at Jersey Zoo in Trinity.
As well as running in the race himself, Henry Cavill met with visitors for a fundraiser made up of people who raised at least £1,000 through the charities Just Giving Page.
Jersey mum Laura is hoping to find a “superhero” who gave up her ticket to meet Cavill after they sold out so her son could meet him.
She said: “My son was over the moon meeting Henry – your selfless gesture really made his year”.
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