The brother of Harry Dunn will set off on a coastal walk in his memory today.

Ciaran Charles, 31, will walk 10 miles to Portland Bill lighthouse to raise money for the British Biker Relief Foundation, a charity he says has provided ‘incredible support’ to his family.

He originally set a fundraising target of £500 but this was quickly reached.

He now hopes to raise closer to £1,000.

Ciaran said: “Harry came down here every year with his dad to Bowleaze Cove. Portland Bill lighthouse was his favourite spot and he would always take pictures with his bike by the lighthouse so that’s where I’ll finish the walk.”

As reported, Harry's family said their “final goodbye” to the teenager after scattering his ashes in his favourite place, Portland Bill, on Wednesday.

The 19-year-old motorcyclist has been the subject of an international controversy since he was killed in a road crash in August last year.

Speaking about Wednesday’s ceremony on Portland, Ciaran said: “The funeral was shrouded in the diplomatic immunity controversy. This was a chance to give him a nice proper send off. It was tough but we got through it.”

You can donate to Ciaran's campaign by visiting and searching 'Harry Dunn Memorial Walk'