Lawyers from across the southeast took some scenic time out yesterday to complete the 10,000 Steps Challenge - a socially-distanced version of the London Legal Walk organised by the London Legal Support Trust.
Over 3,500 participants took part, with the lord chief justice, Baroness Kennedy, and Rob Rinder providing encouragement via video link. So far, an £180,000 has been raised in support of free front-line legal advice charities.
Southeast England firm Blaser Mills Law, London firm Hodge Jones and Allen, disability and community care specialist Mackintosh Law and 5 Essex Court were among the first to send us their pictures - please keep them coming.
As is traditional, canine team members were well represented. The team from North & West Kent CAB went beyond the call of duty by picking up litter along the way.
Health regulations permitting, the next conventional London Legal Walk will be on 5 October. According to the London Legal Support Trust, 655 teams have already signed up.