The annual York Legal Walk is being held this month and lawyers from across Yorkshire are invited to take part.
Taking place on 21 May, the 10k walk follows a scenic route around the walls of the City of York and along the banks of the River Ouse.
Walkers will be led by Paul Tennant, chief executive of the Law Society. The York Legal Walk is organised by the Yorkshire Legal Support Trust, the local arm of the Access to Justice Foundation.
Registration for the York Legal Walk takes place on the day between 5.00pm and 5.30pm outside of the law courts in York next to Clifford’s Tower. The walk begins at 5.30pm.
Full details of the walk and how to enter can be found on the Yorkshire Legal Support Trust website.
The aim of the York Legal Walk is to raise funds for the free legal advice sector. Grants are awarded by the Yorkshire Legal Support Trust to charities that support the most disadvantaged and vulnerable members of society in dealing with their legal issues and obtaining access to justice.
The Yorkshire Legal Support Trust invites all members of the legal community to take part in the York Legal Walk and raise funds to support access to justice.