Glorious sunshine and hot weather was the order of the day as hundreds of people took part in Hyndburn's biggest annual charity walk.
Organisers at Church and Oswaldtwistle Rotary Club said more than £25,000 has been raised for various charities.
The ninth annual walk was supported by BBC Radio Lancashire personality Sally Naden and started by Hyndburn Mayor Judith Addison
Ron Pickup, organiser of the walk, paid tribute to the public for turning out in such large numbers and to all the Hyndburn volunteers and help from Accrington-based Inspire.
He said: “This event continues to be so successful and the Rotary Clubs are proud to be associated in raising such a grand figure all of which goes to the charity or good cause of the walkers choice”.
The walk started and finished at Junction 7 Business Park in Clayton-le-Moors and the route was stewarded by 30 Rotarians and seven volunteers from Inspire.
Music group Blowjangles provided entertainment throughout the day and the prize of best fancy dress was awarded to Kelly Stewart of Inspire.
The EL Cheerleaders provided a welcome back routine to the walkers as they completed the course
Brave Oswaldtwistle teenager Lewis Baker-Vose, who has cerebral palsy, completed the 10km walk in his wheelchair with his helper Colin Battrick and raised funds for East Lancashire Hospice.
Over the years the Tor View Community Specialist school pupil has raised more than a £1,000 for the Hospice.
Kevin Walsh, Rotary District Governor who oversees 71 Rotary Clubs in the North West of England, also completed the 10km walk together with his wife Wendy Aldred.
He said:“ Top marks to all the local Rotary Clubs who helped make this event so successful, this is a first class example of Rotary embracing the public of Hyndburn, and I was more than pleased to take part.”