Wales' first mobile cancer support unit, dubbed the 'ManVan', is celebrating two years of supporting men who have been affected by cancer.
The 38ft American-style motorhome was converted to offer appointments for men with cancer specialists and counselling for them and their families.
The ManVan was launched in April 2014 after Tenovus Cancer Care, Prostate Cancer UK and the Movember Foundation joined together to bring the unit to Wales.
Since then, the ManVan has had more than 5,100 visitors and helped over 440 men who had a cancer diagnosis.
Visitor ages ranged from those in their early 20s right through to the over-75s. It has visited almost 100 locations across the country and travelled over 26,000 miles - more than once around the world.
The ManVan brings much-needed advice and support to men affected by prostate, penile or testicular cancer in areas where such services are currently lacking. It offers support from a specialist nurse, one-to-one counselling, couples' counselling, group support and benefits advice to men all over Wales.
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men in Wales, with more than 2,500 Welsh men diagnosed each year.