Hundreds of people took part in Hyndburn's biggest annual charity walk.
Organisers at Church and Oswaldtwistle Rotary Club say more than 550 budding walkers took part and raised at least £20,000 for charity.
The eight annual walk was supported by Coronation Street stars Julie Hesmondhalgh and Wendi Peters and was started by Hyndburn's new Mayor Judith Addison.
Michael Jackson, press officer for the Rotary Club, said all the walkers enjoyed a “grand day out”.
He said: “We consider this seven mile walk to be a most scenic and enjoyable three hours and look forward to it very much.
“All the sponsorship money raised by the walkers goes directly to the charity or good cause of their choice, and is expected to raise a minimum of £20,000.
“Many walkers have embarked on this walk in previous years but an accolade must go to Anne and Brian Williams of Wilpshire who have undertaken the event seven times.”
“This annual walk continues to be well supported which is a credit to the people of Hyndburn and surrounding areas. With this sort of backing it would appear there will be another similar walk next year.”
The route started at the Leeds-Liverpool Canal in Clayton-le-Moors before heading onto the old Rishton railway track near Mercer Park then onto the fields before back to junction 7.
Walkers entering the final 200 yards were given a resounding display by the E L Cheerleaders.
Rotarians from Accrington, Great Harwood, Rishton, and other clubs in the county also acted as stewards.
President Mike Hindle said: “This event is one of the club's major events and embraces many Rotarians from the surrounding district.
“I am pleased so many people take part especially those who raised sponsorship."