It’s now or never for Pembrokeshire’s own Wales YFC chairman Tim John, who is all shook up trying to complete a series of gruelling challenges in the name of charity.

To help raise money for his nominated charity the Kidney Wales Foundation, Tim John is taking on challenges from each county in Wales.

However, the devil in disguise is in Pembrokeshire YFC, where Tim is taking on a challenge from each of the county’s 13 clubs, and two on behalf of the county federation.

The suspicious minds of county members decided to make Tim complete ‘a mile of hell’ and some of the mile-long challenges include crawling along Newgale beach, pulling a tractor, pushing a round bale, rowing across Llysyfran dam, a series of traditional school sports, and travelling around Fishguard show ring on a space hopper!

The pinnacle of the challenges for Tim was when he joined county chairman William Lawrence, county vice-chairman Aled Johnson and county president Stephen James on stage to perform as Elvis Presley for the challenge set by the county federation.

There was a little less conversation from the hundreds of people at the ‘President’s Presley Party’ as the quartet belted out Jailhouse Rock and, despite a few hiccups, Aled, Stephen, William and Tim thrilled the crowd, who demanded an encore.

The county youth forum also got in on the act, challenging Tim to join youth forum members in cycling the equivalent distance from Haverfordwest to Cardiff on static bicycles at the Pembrokeshire County Show.