Scouts and their families smashed a swimathon challenge to help them raise money towards funding a new scout hut.
The 7th Feltham sea scouts - who were joined by beavers, cubs, scouts, leaders, family and friends, ranging from as young as five to 66 - managed to swim more than double their target distance at the Hanworth Airpark leisure centre pool.
A total of 79 swimmers completed a sensational 2,802 lengths or 43.4 miles - the same distance as swimming to France and back again.
However, there is still some way to go to reach their target of raising £2,000 with donations made at nearly £500.
Among the best achievers at the swimathon, which took place on Sunday (May 17), were: youngest beaver Alex Baker, aged six, who was five-years-old on the day of the swim, completed 24 lengths of the pool; beaver Ethan Medlycott, aged seven, swam an incredible 66 lengths; and group leader and eldest swimmer Mike Parsons, 66, completed a massive 128 laps - with his glasses on!
Parents and scout leaders cheered on from the sidelines as well as running a homemade cakes and drinks stall.
The scout group wanted to say a massive thank you to Hanworth Airpark who provided a dedicated lane for the whole day, did not charge swimmers and allowed the group to set up tables in the foyer and spectators area.
You can still donate here.