LITTLE Connor Burhouse is the first eager entrant into this year's Examiner Challenge.
And he's only four years old!
Connor, of Crosland Moor, was a participant in last year's event, completing the walk in record time and raising £100 for the West Yorkshire Forget Me Not Trust.
And he hopes to do better this year.
Connor's dad Matt Burhouse said: "When Connor heard about the up and coming challenge this year his eyes lit up.
"He asked me if he could do the challenge this year to raise money to build a children's hospice for the Forget Me Not Trust.
"He loved last year's challenge and the highlight of his day was catching Town manager Peter Jackson taking a short cut."
The Examiner Challenge, based at Meltham and organised by Huddersfield Lions, gives the readers a chance to get out into our wonderful countryside and help their favourite good cause.
Last year's Examiner Challenge raised a staggering £50,000 for more than 100 charities.
The 2006 event on May 22 will bring together walkers, cyclists, horse riders and wheelchair users from across the town in support of different charities.
Forms for entering the Examiner Challenge will be appearing in the paper over the coming month.
People can also collect entry forms from the Examiner Office in Queen Street South.