A group of protesters gathered in Sunderland ahead of a 14-day march to London in a bid to avert perceived attempts to betray the public over Brexit.
The first leg of the 'March to Leave', which has been organised by the Leave Means Leave campaign, was led by former UKIP leader Nigel Farage.
Around 100 people came together at the starting point in Sunderland, the first city to vote in favour of exiting the European Union on the night of the 2016 referendum.
Some supporters were carrying flags bearing messages including "leave means leave" and "storm Brexit".
Mr Farage was joined by Kate Hoey and Andrea Jenkyns, the MPs for Vauxhall and Morley and Outwood respectively.
But the pro-Brexit campaigners aren't their only ones to lace up their boots to march.
A group of counter-protesters, including grassroots campaign 'Led By Donkeys' also turned up.
The march will make its way to Hartlepool on Saturday, a trip of around 20 miles, before proceeding on to Middlesbrough on Sunday.
It will then stop off in towns including Pontefract, Doncaster and Wellingborough before arriving in London on March 29 - the intended date of Brexit - when a mass rally will take place in Parliament Square.
Outlining the reasons for the "peaceful protest", the march's website states:
It is now clear the Westminster elite are preparing to betray the will of the people over Brexit.
In announcing the march, Mr Farage said:
All of us who want Britain to be a great country once again accept that we must be prepared to stand up for what we believe in and fight for our independence."