By the time we went to sleep we had raised £1,215.
As part of Recovery month North Yorkshire Horizons Selby hub had a screening of The Anonymous People at Selby town Hall.
Taith and the Emotional Wellbeing Service came together for an afternoon to throw a shindig for all who could attend.
It was our second annual party in the park and the sun decided to shine just before it started at noon.
The atmosphere along the whole walk was brilliant and everyone was enjoying themselves.
Each and every competitor I watched was actively trying to improve themselves, to change their lives for the better, to make something positive out of something painful.
The NPS Summit held by change, grow, live on Thursday 27 May at Recovery Central in Birmingham was organised to create an approach together, and to make a difference to the lives of the most vulnerable within Birmingham.
We have lots of exciting events coming up in Gateshead and would love for you to join us.
The deadline to register to vote is 11:59PM on Monday 22nd May.
It is the longest Recovery Walk in the UK.