CROWDS flocked to have a gander at a water-powered cycling goose.

And the contraption, set-up to welcome the Tour de Yorkshire to the Worth Valley earlier this month, raised £211 for Oxenhope Sue Ryder hospice Manorlands.

The Goose Eye attraction harnessed the power of water running down a tributary into the North Beck.

Its designer was Iain Rouse, and the goose was made by Nettie Ferrier.

David Senior, a member of the Manorlands cycling events group, added a Sue Ryder collection bucket.

Manorlands-based Sue Ryder community fundraising manager, Andrew Wood, said: “I’ve been fundraising at the hospice for more than 13 years and you think you have seen it all – but a cycling goose is certainly a first! The funds raised will go towards caring for local people when they need us most.”