A veteran running almost the entire coastline of Britain is now going through Kent.
Paul Minter is covering 5,000 miles, the equivalent of 191 marathons.
Mr Minter is covering an average 28 miles a day over 218 days for an armed forces mental health charity he founded, Head Up.
Speaking from the Isle of Sheppey today (Thursday) he told Kent Online: "I have so far covered 2,200 miles so I am nearing the halfway mark.
"I am running six days a week and at times I have covered as many as 38 miles in a day. But I'm enjoying it all."
Mr Minter's clockwise run, starting and ending at Merseyside, began on March 1 and is due to finish on October 4.
Today he was scheduled run from Lower Halstow to Leysdown-on-Sea in Sheppey.
Mr Minter will have a rest day at Dover on Monday and next day run on to Dungeness.
That Tuesday is by chance the 40th anniversary of the end of the Falklands War
Mr Minter will finally leave Kent, from Dungeness, on Wednesday and run on to Hastings.
Paul Minter, 36, is from East Ham in London.
He served 18 years in the British Army as a reconnaissance soldier, completing five tours of duty in Afghanistan and Iraq.
He was in the Household Cavalry and left the Army in November 2020.
He was awarded a Mention in Dispatches for bravery 2011 but finally medically discharged with post-traumatic stress disorder.
After losing several comrades to suicide, Mr Minter founded Head Up to enable veterans and service personnel to access mental health support.
Mr Minter aims to raise £3 million to next year open The Retreat in Worcestershire, a seven-day-a-week haven for serving military staff and veterans.
Head Up says that one in eight servicemen and women seek their GPs for mental health issues and 17% of combatants who had been on tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan have probable PTSD.
It adds that one in three veterans with combat experience have mental health disorders yet it takes an average 13 years for military personnel to ask for help.
To donate and follow Mr Minter's progress see the website head-up.org.uk