The biggest charitable fundraising walk in the World has got underway in Bembridge this morning.
More than 10,000 walkers will trek across the Isle of Wight today for the Earl Mountbatten Hospice.
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This year is the 20th walk for the Hospice and a total of 10,584 walkers have registered. Another 2,000 parents will accompany their children for the final 4 miles of the walk bringing the total to over 12,000 walkers taking part.
Over the last 19 years the walk has raised a staggering £2,710,458.00.
This year 49% of walkers are female and 51% male. 8,718 are from the Isle of Wight.
Other walkers taking part are from 10 different countries including Australia, Germany, Scotland, Ireland, N.Ireland, France, Holland, Russia and Wales.
881 walkers are over the age of 60; 17 walkers are over 80 years old. Meanwhile 312 walkers are under the age of 10.
13 people walking will be celebrating their birthday.
363 dogs are registered this year with 71 in total doing the whole walk.
From humble beginnings in 1991, Walk the Wight has now long since been regarded as the largest annual fund raising event on the Island. The event was conceived in the early spring days of 1991.
Frank Stevens and the late Bill Bradley were out on one of their frequent Sunday morning walks when they thought it would be a good idea if they could get a group of their friends to join them in walking from one end of the Island to the other.
While enjoying themselves they thought they could raise money for charity. In 1992 the Hospice became the main charity.
In the early days, there was no support team, no sponsors, only Mars Bars and Lucozade bought at the local shop by the people walking.
As the years passed and the numbers participating rapidly increased from about 25 (the first walk in 1991) to hundreds and now over 10,000.
Good luck! Don't forget to listen to FM 107&102 all day for live coverage of the walk!