Employees from IT firm, Netshield, swapped their rubber wires for rubber wellies to raise awareness about organic gardening, farming and food for a sustainable future.
National Welly Week was launched five years ago and asked school children, businesses and the public, to don their favourite pair of wellies to help raise money for Garden Organic, the UK's leading organic growing charity.
The Birmingham-based company's team of 15 sported a range of red, green and spotted boots during the week in order to raise much needed funds.
Zack Garlic, internal account manager, had only been with the company a few days before the team embarked on Welly Week. He said: "It was certainly a great way to start my career at Netshield. Richard and Tony (Netshield directors) were keen to remind us on average we spend more time at work than at home, which can present a problem when you are trying to balance a healthy lifestyle and busy work schedule.
"Not only does organic food taste better, it helps cut down herbicides and pesticides used, allowing wildlife and flora to flourish. It also has a lower carbon footprint than conventional agriculture, typically using 27 per cent less energy."
A platter of fresh organic fruit was delivered every morning for staff.