Walkers got their boots laced up and warm winter clothes at the ready as the annual Round Louth Walk took place on Sunday (January 4).
This is the second year the Louth Macmillan Fundraisers have taken over the traditional event.
It was previously run by a committee of local residents, and the funds raised each year went to a different charity, whether it be local or national.
The walk was another resounding success and plenty of walkers of all ages gathered at Hubbard’s Hills in Louth to take part in the various routes on offer.
The money raised by Louth Macmillan is spent on improving health services in conjunction with the local NHS Trust and on counselling.
It also helps with the cost of cancer and information services for cancer sufferers and their family.
Don’t miss next week’s Leader to see how much was raised from the event.