IMAGINE having to run a full marathon not once, but every day for a week.
That's the challenge that Edward Jones has set himself in a bid to raise money through sponsorship for Amnesty International in June.
Mr Jones, 32, who lives in Slaithwaite, is aiming to run seven marathons in seven days, covering the whole of the Pembrokeshire Coast.
Edward said: "I chose the Pembrokeshire Coast as it is where I grew up.
"I know 26 miles each day for seven days sounds a bit crazy, but I want to prove to myself that I can do it.
"I figured that if I was going to run for a good cause, then I may as well give myself a real challenge!"
Edward is currently running up to 20 miles per day to prepare himself for the big event.
While he has never competed in any national marathons before, he has run plenty independently.
"I really love running and it is something I have been doing as a hobby for many years.
"I love to keep fit and running is a great way to do that."
Amnesty International inspired Edward because he also hated torture, which he had experienced first hand through being bullied at two separate schools when growing up.
He is currently working for The Leadership Factor in Taylor Hill, who have employed him so that he can fund his trip to Wales to donate all the proceedings to Amnesty International.
He adds: "The charity is one very close to my heart. Not only do I want to raise awareness of it, but I also hope to raise as much money for them as possible.
"I hope this event will help do that."
Edward's run for freedom will start on June 3 and will run for seven days until June 9.
Throughout the course of the week, he will live on a diet of mainly sausages and cheese.
Edward said: "I am very scared and nervous, but at the same time this will be an excellent challenge for me and one I am extremely excited about.
"I am confident I will get through it simply because I have so much determination."