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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The Cumbrian Challenge is Walking With The Wounded’s annual, flagship fundraising event for teams of four in the Lake District. The event consists of three courses. The Peak (circa 10km), The Tough (circa 20km) and The Tougher (circa 30km). For further information; please contact Willa Greenock (WWTW Communications
Manager) 07818 441582 or Kate Cleaver (WWTW Press Officer) 07770
Photograph by Jac Lee. Copyright Jac Lee Photography 2016. All Rights Reserved.

Cumbrian Challenge 2017 – Offers and Teaser Videos

Check out our new teaser videos and sign up early to make the most of the special offers.

The Cumbrian Challenge 2017 is fast approaching and we have two fantastic new videos for you below.

Don’t miss out on our early bird offers while you select your team. Sign up early and reap the rewards!

  • Opening Special £175 (Until Sun 18 Sept)
  • Early Bird £200 (Mon 19 Sept – Sun 15 Jan)
  • Special Offer £225 (Mon 16 Jan – Sun 12 March)
  • Standard Price £250 (Mon 13 March – Mon 1 May)
  • Military Teams (all four serving) get 50% discount if they bring a volunteer (who can be military or civilian). Email for discount code.

You only need one name to sign up and can confirm or change your team and your route choice right up until 1 May 2017.

3 reasons to sign up early:

1. Give yourself 9 months to train with your team and get fitter and healthier.

2. Enables plenty of time to organise BBQs, quiz nights and other excuses to meet up with your friends or colleagues, storm your fundraising goal and support more veterans into independence and employment. Fundraisers who start early raise significantly more.

3. It’s cheaper!

Unsure? Check out the two tub-thumping teaser videos below and read some of our testimonials here.

Credit: Chris Mayers – SkyRise Productions (aka Team Timu Haraka with Chris Merrey, Ali O’Boyle and Jeff Brown at the 2016 event)

Credit: Campfire Creative – Shot and edited by Owen Davies


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