A volunteer walked from London to the town centre to fundraise for pop-up café which rescues supermarket food from landfill.

Neal Emery, 50,who volunteers for Random café in Watford walked from Bayswater in London to the town for six days.

He started on November 18 (Monday) and finished at Vicarage Road on November 24 (Saturday). He walked 90 miles in total.

Random Café has been running at various sites across the town for more than two years.

Since it opened, it has rescued and redistributed 29 tonnes of food to the community.

The café is currently running as a pop up at Meriden Community Centre.

Founder and owner Jane Johnson wants to raise £10,000 for a permanent site on Vicarage Road.

Mr Emery raised £1000 through his walk.

To donate to the Random Café go to www.gofundme.com/randomcafe