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Raising funds to retrain and re-skill our wounded and support them in finding new careers outside the Military. You can help by making a donation or fundraising for the charity.

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Walking The West Highland Way Today. Good Luck Ian!

We would like to say thank you and good luck to Ian Hill, who starts today his walk along the West Highland Way. He is hoping to complete the 100 miles trek in between 4-5 days.

He defines himself as “46 years young”, and he is raising funds for Walking With The Wounded because it’s a charity close to his heart.

“My career in the army started way back in 1983, when I attended the Infantry Junior Leaders Battalion at Sir John Moore Barracks in Folkestone. In 1984 I was admitted into the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders and I served with them for 15 years. I left in 1999 because of the injuries I sustained. After I got back I have re-trained as a chef and I have been doing this job for 8 years now. I’m walking The West Highland Way to raise funds for Walking With The Wounded because it’s a charity close to my heart, as they helped me re-skilling as a wounded servicemen and assisted me in finding a new career outside the military.” – Ian Hill

To support his walk and donate please click here.

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