A BLACKBURN Rovers vlogger is set to take on a 1,000-mile round trip to cover the club’s ladies team’s away matches for charity.

Natalie Baron runs the YouTube account ‘Queen of Ewood’ and provides an insight into Blackburn Rovers Ladies FC.

The 28-year-old, who has learning disabilities, provides weekly highlight reels, pre-match debates and post-match interviews with Rovers Ladies manager Gemma Donnelly.

Miss Baron has been a big follower of Rovers since she was little and has been a season ticket-holder for more than 20 years.

Based in Blackpool, the YouTuber has supported the ladies team for three years and has decided to try to cover as many away matches as possible and rack up 1,000 travel miles.

Miss Baron wants to raise £1,000 for East Lancashire Hospice in memory of her grandad Malcolm Bell, who died in September 2015, after a battle with cancer.

Miss Baron said: “I have been a big Blackburn Rovers fan all my life, ever since I went to my first game I have been hooked.

“I love putting videos up and covering the women’s matches as they are exciting.

“I will make the videos around 15 minutes long and only put the interesting parts of the matches into the reel.”

Miss Baron’s away matches include Aston Villa Women’s FC in September, Durham Women’s FC in October and Leicester City Women’s FC, racking up almost 400 miles in those three trips alone.

Miss Baron said: “I also want to show that even though I suffer with learning disabilities I can still do something I love and I don’t let it stop me.

“I’m hoping to raise £1,000 for East Lancashire Hospice as they did a lot to support my grandad.

“I hope others can enjoy my adventure with me.”

Rovers Ladies first match of the FA Women’s Championship kicks off away against Lewes Women, in East Sussex, on Sunday, August 18.

To donate to Miss Baron’s cause, visit www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/queenofewood1000milechallenge.