Those who fancy living on the edge while they go walking
can do so for a good cause in Brighton in the new year.
January 1st brings the fourth of six legs of the Mayor's Boundary Walk - a trek along the boundary of the city of Brighton and Hove - with the event raising funds for domestic violence victims charity Rise.
The trek starts at 10:00 GMT at Stanmer Park Tea Rooms and ends at 16:00 at Devil's Dyke, with a picnic lunch stop along the way in a barn.Winter jackets
may be useful attire for participants, while those taking part should bring their wallets as well, with individuals asked to donate £5 and families £10.
Further walks along the city boundary will take place on February 12th and March 31st.
People living in the Brighton area can also enjoy walking in the nearby South Downs National Park, which includes the 100-mile long South Downs Way.