Organisers of the Tour of Britain national cycle race are looking for volunteers to help marshal the route when the race arrives in the North-East on Monday.

Those who volunteer will be on hand to provide information and direction for the spectators and act as the eyes and ears of the stewarding operation, assisting in maintaining a clear route for the riders.

Volunteers are particularly needed to help out with stewarding at the Stage Three start in Berwick, the finish in Newcastle and the three King of the Mountain and sprint locations near Etal, Wooler and Belford in north Northumberland.

The county has twice before hosted stages of the race, in 2015 and 2017, with Tynedale paying a big part.

Anyone interested can apply now online at:

For more information about the race route go to