It is a challenge that even darts sensation Luke Littler would struggle to complete.

Wells War Memorial Club is hosting a 24-hour darts marathon in March as it looks to raise funds for Connor Clarke after he suffered a stroke.

Jess Curtis, secretary at the club, said the idea of the marathon was thought up by its committee as it has a darts team and a lot of people play for fun at the venue.

Fakenham & Wells Times: Wells War Memorial ClubWells War Memorial Club (Image: Ian Burt)

Darts will be played for 24 hours straight with some people signing up for slots, while others will be at the oche for the whole marathon session.

Steve Tuck, chairman of Wells War Memorial Club, said: “What happened to Conor was awful and unexpected. He is well known to club members and we wanted to do something to help.

"People in this community care about each other and this is our way of trying to make things as bearable as possible for Conor and his family going forward."

Everyone is being sponsored and there is a Just Giving page in support, which has Conor's story on.

Fakenham & Wells Times: Connor ClarkeConnor Clarke (Image: Connor's Fight Back)

Mr Clarke was just about to start his second year of university in Leeds in September 2021, where he was studying microbiology, when he suffered a catastrophic stroke.

He was transferred to Addenbrooke's Hospital intensive care ward and he has since had two major surgeries and has been transferred to a neuro rehab facility.

They are looking to raise £20,000 to help him, as the stroke left him with considerable physical challenges to overcome.

They want to fund therapy equipment such as electrical hand trainers and possibly adaptations to his home.

If you wish to join the event, you can sign up via poster at the club on Theatre Road and collect a sponsorship form from a member of staff.