Think your commute’s a bit rough? Well, David has given up trains and buses and now walks the 12-mile journey home after work. But it’s not in protest of public transport – it’s all to raise money for refugees.
David Farrow has a busy, demanding job. For the last four years, he has been working as a medical photographer at Epsom and St Helier hospitals in Surrey.
But after he clocks off work, he now faces a daily challenge before he can go home, eat some dinner and switch on a box set.
Whenever he can, he walks the three-and-a-half hour journey home to where he lives in Reigate.
Why? David is raising money for refugees. He’s doing it by covering the distance someone from Syria would have to walk from Damascus to London, in the anxious search for a safer home.
And he has another 4,060 kilometres (2,523 miles) to go.