Image for Walking with the Wounded Event - Walking With The Wounded today pledges to plant 8,664 trees to mark our landmark 10th Anniversary.

Walking With The Wounded today pledges to plant 8,664 trees to mark our landmark 10th Anniversary.

The trees are designed to represent the number of veterans we have supported during this time.

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Trekking 100 KM To Raise Funds For WWTW

This year marks Walking With The Wounded’s 10th Year Anniversary, and as part of our celebrations, we are sending a team to the Sahara Desert in February to take part in the 100 KM Trek Challenge and raise vital funds for the Charity.

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Image for Walking with the Wounded Event - Virgin Money London Marathon 2020

Virgin Money London Marathon 2020

Join the Walking With The Wounded team at the London Marathon

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Positive Pathways. By Veterans For Veterans.

We’re very happy to announce that WWTW has been successful in securing funding through the Armed Forces Covenant Fund’s Positive Pathways Programme to deliver two new projects in Scotland and Northern Ireland.

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Image for Walking with the Wounded Event - Top fundraisers from Walking Home For Christmas 2019

Top fundraisers from Walking Home For Christmas 2019

See the stories and the supporters who stepped out and raised more than £100k

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Join the Walking With The Wounded Team at the Great North Run

Great North Run Ballot opens early January, don’t forget to enter!

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Image for Walking with the Wounded Event - Life After The Military- Written by Tommy Watson

Life After The Military- Written by Tommy Watson

In 1985, I joined the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders and spent 26 years in service. I found transition relatively painless and totally immersed myself in resettlement and my entitlements.

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Image for Walking with the Wounded Event - Meet the WWTW MdS Team 2020 - Josh Hignell

Meet the WWTW MdS Team 2020 - Josh Hignell

The Marathon des Sables (MdS) is a grueling race across the Sahara Desert, and it attracts thousands of runners every year. Over the years, WWTW has invited different teams to take part in the event on behalf of the charity and this year we have our biggest team yet! In our latest interview, Josh Hignell shares some thoughts on why he is taking part and how he is preparing for the race:

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Image for Walking with the Wounded Event - Walking Home For Christmas: Bold.Brave.Memorable - Written by Andy Sloan.

Walking Home For Christmas: Bold.Brave.Memorable - Written by Andy Sloan.

The majority of people who read this will not be taking part in Walking With The Wounded's annual Walking Home For Christmas campaign. Why? Because although it's free to sign up, it requires a bit more commitment, a bit more organisation and a bit more oomph to line up a few friends, ask for donations and step outside your door when it is wet and wild outside and you have a list of jobs to do before Christmas longer than your legs. We like being comfortable.

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The Great North Walk

Walking With The Wounded (‘WWTW’) CEO, Edward Parker and a team of veterans are getting ready to set off on a 122 mile trek (almost the equivalent of 5 marathons) from the WWTW North East Hub in Gateshead Civic Centre to the North West Hub based in Canada Street, Manchester. This is in aid of Walking Home For Christmas. The campaign supports ex-servicemen and women who are alone this Christmas.

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