Olympic gold medal winner Victoria Pendleton will miss her homecoming parade in Wilmslow, it has been revealed.
Victoria, one of the stars of this summers games was due to join Paralympic gold medallist Craig Maclean in an open-top tour of the town's streets tomorrow (WEDNESDAY)
However, she has had to withdraw from the event, which is still going ahead, as part of her commitments to the BBC.
She is currently taking part in the reality TV show Strictly Come Dancing and has to leave Wilmslow for London before the parade begins.
Victoria will still be visiting Wilmslow High School to speak with pupils and meet the Mayor of Cheshire East Councillor George Walton, however this event is not open to the public.
But people are being urged to still turn out and support the event.
A former Olympic cycling medalist, Craig Maclean won gold as the tandem rider for partially sighted Anthony Kappes in the velodrome at the Paralympic games.
Anthony, who lives in nearby Hazel Grove, will join Craig on the parade.
It starts at 5.30 pm on Holly Road North before turning right into Alderley Road, along Grove Street, right into Swan Street and ending at Wilmslow Leisure Centre at 6.15pm.
This will be followed by a civic reception at the leisure centre where there will be speeches from the Cheshire East Mayor and the Chair of Wilmslow Town Council Jim Crockatt.
After the formalities Craig will be answering questions and posing for photos with his medal.
Victoria and Craig are both to be given freedom of the borough along with four other medallists from the region including Sarah and Barney Storey and sailor Ben Ainslie, from Macclesfield.