Supporting Our Wounded Into Work

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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Cycling the Rhine in aid of Walking With The Wounded

Cycling the Rhine

It’s cycling season with the Tour de France on the telly but these lads got off their couches and undertook a tour of their own in aid of Walking With The Wounded

Congratulations and thank you to five teenage supporters who challenged themselves to pull off an adventure raising funds for WWTW and have successfully cycled the length of the River Rhine in a fine display of camaraderie and determination in support of ‘Our’ wounded.

Fergus Barne, Freddie Cliff, Thomas Bidwell and Harry Clough, from Glenalmond College in Perthshire and George Chaplin from Shrewsbury School set off on 1 July and rode an incredible 920km over 10 days down the river from its source at Lake Constance to where it meets the sea next to the Hague at the Hook of Holland.

You can read about their efforts and support them with a donation here:

The boys have already raised just shy of £10,000 which will make a big impact on Walking With The Wounded’s programmes supporting wounded into work and independence.

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