So, it may not be the 500 miles the Proclaimers vowed to walk but on Saturday June 23, three men with connections to Livingston FC will undertake the gruelling challenge of walking continuously for 24 hours, covering the 70 miles from Berwick to Livingston, all in aid of charity.
Captain of the Livi supporters team FC Livingston GS Dave Black, LIVItv camera man Peter Glasgow and ex-Lions defender Cammy MacDonald will all set off from Berwick Rangers' Shielfield Park at 12noon on the Saturday and make their way back, walking day and night with the aim of arriving in Livingston at 12noon on Sunday.
In doing so, the guys are hoping to raise money for Livingston based charity Bosom Buds of Scotland who provide care and support for sufferers of breast cancer in the local area.
Dave, who's mum was diagnosed with breast cancer last year, came up with the idea as a way of helping to raise funds for the charity as a thank you for the support they offered his mum during her battle.
"Bosom Buds have been fantastic with my mum throughout her battle with breast cancer," he said.
"Even now, with her treatment complete, they've continued to keep in touch, offering advice and accessories when needed or just simply lending a pair of ears if things get too much.
"Doing this walk and raising money for them is just a small gesture of thanks for all their help."
The guys have set themself a target of trying to raise £1,000 and you can help them do that by taking a few minutes to visit their sponsor page and donating what you can.
If donating online isn't your thing, you can also send your donation in by text. To do so, all you have to do is text WETS70 and your donation (£1, £5 or £10) to 70070. Your donation will still appear on the list on the online sponsor page. e.g - WETS70 £10