When Chris Lewis became homeless in August 2017, he decided it was time to give back to those who had helped him.
The 38 -year-old left Swansea with PS10 to his name in a 14,000 km walking along every coastline in the UK to raise funds for SSAFA – the Armed Force-out Charity.
And he is still walk-to, along with his rescue dog Jet.
“I knew it wouldn’t be a walk in the park, but I wanted to give back, ” he said.
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Image caption Chris and Jet are currently in Scotland
Image caption He has had to forage for his food
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Image caption Chris has taken his flag everywhere with him
Image caption The pair have had to face severe weather including Storm Emma, which brought snow in February and March