People in Harpenden have been walking every morning for a month in support of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement.

Gina Korchak created the initiative after she pledged to walk everyday at 7.30am from June 8 for one month.

The peaceful walk is in support of the BLM movement which is against racial injustices and police brutality.

BLM protests have taken place across the US and around the world after a black man, George Floyd, died in police custody in the US city of Minneapolis.

Gina posted her pledge on social media and invited people to join in on the walks, which started at Rothamsted Park.

She said on the first day, two people joined her and by the end of the first week there were 10 people.

Eventually, the crowd has now grown to more than 30 people each day.

But Gina said today (July 7) was the last day of her initiative and more than 75 people came to take part.

People were also invited to spend the first eight minutes and 46 seconds of the walk in silence.

Gina said: "It's not enough to be quietly against racism. In any situation of inequality it is the parties who are in the majority that have the ability to make the most impactful changes.

"I felt compelled to stand up in my - not very- diverse town, be loud about the fact that I am anti-racist and invite others to do the same."