People who want to experience the locations portrayed in the Netflix series Bridgerton will be able to rent electric bikes from a charity.
The West of England Combined Authority awarded Julian House in Bath a £5,300 grant to purchase its first fleet of ten boats.
The organisation is hoping for a rise in visitors as a result of the success of the period drama Bridgerton, which was filmed in the city extensively.
The proceeds from the e-bike rentals will go entirely to support the charity’s efforts.
Julian House, which assists people who are vulnerable or in danger, currently operates a second-hand bike workshop in the city, where it trains people and assists them in finding work.
Martin Chappel, business manager at Julian House said:
“We want to share our message that the scheme is supporting something else.
“It is tangibly helping people to improve their lives. All for a nice day out on a bike. It’s win, win, win.”