Harry, 11, becomes Beano recruit
Five youngsters have been turned into characters in The Beano as part of a campaign to encourage children to play outdoors.
Harry Wilson, 11, is the latest fan to feature alongside Dennis the Menace and friends as part of the National Trust's 50 Things To Do Before You're 11 and Three Quarters initiative.
He is pictured cycling around the Wimpole Estate on the Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Border.
Harry, from Henleaze in Bristol, said: "When I found out I was going to be in The Beano I was really excited - I get the annual every year and read the comic.
"I was told to keep it secret so haven't told any of my friends. They'll definitely be jealous when they see it in the comic. I suppose I can be a bit naughty sometimes like Dennis the Menace but I don't think I'm as bad as him."
The children chosen to appear in the comic are all members of the National Trust's Kids' Council and Harry is the council's ambassador for riding a bike.
The list of 50 things includes climbing a tree, rolling down a hill and going on a really long bike ride.
"I like cycling because it's faster than walking but uses the same energy," Harry said.
"I like riding around National Trust properties because you can really test your ability because there aren't many people or cars to bump into."
Anna Russell, the National Trust's general manager for Bristol, said: "It is great to have the support from Harry and The Beano in showing other children how much fun they can have outdoors this summer. We love seeing kids getting outside and having fun this summer."
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