Five worthy charities, six different teams, 31 days of pain, and 11,073 miles of the British coastline to complete.

Those are the numbers that sum up the charitable efforts of the Neyland Athletic Club this month.

Members of the town's football, rugby, cricket, bowls, and rika teams, as well as staff members of the club, have joined forces to try and walk or run the length of the coast path during May.

All funds raised will be shared between The VC Gallery, DAPS (Domestic Abuse Pembrokeshire Support), Sandy Bear Bereavement Charity, Roko 20 Academy, and The Paul Sartori Foundation.

The initiative, named 'March in May', was set up by Gavin Rowland and Jonny Sutton, and the latter explained: "As a community we want to raise funds for charities that our patrons have links and interests with."

After day 11 of 31 those involved had already passed the halfway mark having completed 5,547 miles - essentially covering the distance from Neyland to Aberdeen.

As of yesterday (Tuesday), 219 people had chipped in, 31 of which had contributed on all 11 days. It's Andrew 'Moley' Cole who was leading the way with an impressive 130 miles totted up.

But it has been about the collective effort, with people regularly passing each other on their local runs or treks.

To donate to the cause, click here.