Event raises £7,000 to go towards improving access to legal services.
More than 250 walkers took to the streets of Cardiff, raising £7,000 to help vulnerable people gain access to legal advice centres.
Walkers from the legal profession took part in a 3km and a 10km walk in support of Reaching Justice Wales on 29 September.
Reaching Justice Wales is part of a network of legal support trusts across England and Wales. It works with the Access to Justice Foundation to support advice agencies, ensuring funds can be distributed where they are needed most.
Judge Seys Llewellyn QC, designated civil judge for Wales, said: ‘My very great thanks to the many supporters who turned out to walk, or run, in support of this worthy cause: to try to ensure that people have that which they ought to have.
'Thank you to those who have donated and will donate.’