Walk Of Britain
Relive the 1000 mile, 10 week Walk Of Britain expedition with this gallery! Here you’ll find photos that reflect 72 different days and stories. Enjoy and share in the incredible experience with the pictures below:
The first day of the Walk Of Britain, the team set off on their 1000 mile walk from the Glenfiddich Distillery in Dufftown, Scotland.
The team at the Loch Ness on day 2.
Here's the team after reaching the summit of Ben Nevis on day 3. It was a tough task for all involved but a great achievement as well.
Day 4 took the team from Kinloch Rannoch to Pitlochry.
On the fifth day of the walk, the team were lucky enough to visit the very beautiful Scone Palace.
The team finished day 6 at the Falkirk Wheel after walking a gruelling 22 miles in the rain from Bellrock Close in Glasgow. Luckily they weren't alone in their walk and had the pleasure of Stu Pearson's company!
The team were thrilled to attend the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo on Day 7!
The team walked along the St Abbs' Head coastal path to Berwick on the 9th day. It was particularly tough for Matt and Kirstie, but they powered through.
On day 10 the team were joined by reporters from BBC Radio Newcastle, who ended up staying for the rest of the week!
Day 11 saw the team meet the fabulous Sir Humphrey Wakefield at Chillingham Castle - the most haunted building in Europe.
Public support in Amble was incredible on day 12! Here's a shot of our youngest and cutest supporter of the day.
The team spent the day with a group from Virgin Money, the sponsor for week 2.
On day 14 the team set off from the Dingle Dell cafe in Heddon on the Wall, where they were glad to meet Sharon, the owner and a big supporter of their journey!
Here's the team with WW2 veteran John Hall, who sadly passed away a few weeks after this photo was taken. It was an absolute honour to meet him.
Day 17 was Barnard Castle to Catterick, with a brief stop in Richmond, the home of these lovely patriotic young ladies!
Day 18 was all about our title sponsor, YESSS Electrical. The team were joined on their walk by Adam and Ashley Mackie, co-owners of the company and finished the day at their Ripon branch.
The team at the stunning Castle Howard where they finished day 19 after walking 15 miles from Helmsley.
Here's Stewart with a group of children from Clifton School at York Minster. Their fundraising efforts since have been incredible!
Day 21 ended with a great BBQ at the YESSS Electrical HQ in Normanton, where the team were able to meet all the staff and share their experiences from the walk thus far.
Day 22 was rather unfortunate in terms of the weather, but never the less, the team had a good day walking through Leeds with Rugby legend Keith Senior.
On day 23 the team were inducted into the ways of NFL Sunday! #GoPackers
After a tough day climing Scafell Pike, the team had an amazing reception in Keswick on day 24!
On day 25 the team walked from Ambleside to Newby Bridge. This photo, taken on the day reflects the generosity the team encountered on the walk as a whole.
So many kind people in their cars on a daily basis would stop and put money in the bucket, not even knowing who the guys were, or what they were doing!
Day 26 ended at Lancaster Castle and the team were lead through the streets to the castle by the drummers of the Duke of Lancaster Regiment.
Day 27 took the team to Blackpool.
The team loved meeting all the children at Bingley Grammar School on day 28!
On day 29, the team visited the DIY SOS veterans at Canada Street in Manchester!
On day 31, the team tackled their third peak - Mt. Sowdon
The team were joined on day 32 by members of The Bob Woodruff Foundation as they walked to Harlech Castle.
On day 33 the team struggled along the coastal path between Aberystwyth and Aberaeron.
On day 34 the team climbed Pen-Y-Fan.
Day 35 took the team from Brecon to Builth Wells.
Day 36 marked the end of the team's time in Wales as they reached England!
On day 38 the team walked from Ellesmere College to Shrewsbury School and were joined by a great group from long time supporter RAF Shawbury.
Scott was in heaven surrounded by all these adorable dogs on day 39!
Day 40 was a special day for the team as they were joined on their walk by expedition patron, Prince Harry, NFL legends Dan Marino, Osi Umenyiora and Nat Moore!
Whitecross School welcomed the team with open arms on day 41!
Here's the team at the Pilgrim Hotel in Much Birch near Hereford. The hotel staff kindly invited the team in for lunch and provided free food and drink!
The team walked from Monmouth to Chepstow on day 43.
Bristol to Bath. The team visited one of the Home Straight houses and enjoyed getting to meet some of the veterans that live there.
On day 47 the team walked from Warminster to Lark Hill, stopping along the way at Stonehenge, which Stewart thought was "lovely and peaceful".
Day 48 finished in Winchester where, former Riflemen Matt Fisher and Ed Parker were able to visit the Royal Green Jackets Museum.
On day 49, the team were graciously welcomed to the Institute of Naval Medicine and had a tough choice to make judging a Walk of Britain poster competition!
On this day of the walk, the team made their way through Portsmouth and stopped off at Alec's house, where they met his family and friends.
The town of Hook came out in full force to celebrate the Walk Of Britain passing through.
Day 53 took the team to the birth place of Rugby - the town of Rugby!
The team had great fun on Day 54, as they got to try the Land Rover driving experience!
Natasha at Morrisons in Tamworth made this amazing cake for the Walk Of Britain team on day 55!
The Morrisons week of sponsorship saw the team try their hand at several Bake Off style challenges and on day 56, Stewart definitely wasn't the star baker!
Stewart's home town of Draycott gave the team the most amazing send off on day 57 - quite possibly the best of the expedition!
Day 59 marked the start of the week in Norfolk! Here the team are pictured in Burnham Market, raising a glass of Nelson's Blood.
On day 60 the team were joined once again on their walk by Prince Harry. The day was made all the more special by a visit to the WWTW HQ in Norfolk, where everyone celebrated with a BBQ!
Day 61 was a busy one for the team! They visited the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, where they learnt more about the work they do in conjunction with WWTW, then stopped at NCFC training ground to chat with the manager and finished the day at Wymondham Police HQ and met the people working on our Project Nova programme.
The team loved meeting everyone in Stowmarket on day 62 and especially loved receiving these amazing pictures from the children of Botesdale primary school!
Scott (and the rest of the team) were thrilled to see an Apache in Wattisham.
Layer de la Haye to Maldon. The team really enjoyed the amazing welcome into Maldon at the end of their day!
On day 67, the team began their walk at Aylesford in the RBLI Garden of Honour where they paid tribute to their fallen brothers and sisters.
On day 68 the team walked from Royal Tunbridge Wells to Hever Castle and were joined by staff from our title sponsor YESSS Electrical and Izzy from the Coxless Crew.
Day 69 was wet and miserable, but the team attempted to stay dry with these stylish HH shower caps as they made their way to Headley Court.
Day 70 started with an appearance on Good Morning Britain! Then the team headed to the Mike Bracknall House, which is part of our Home Straight programme, and ended at the YESSS Electrical store in Bracknall. Here's the team with some amazing supporters of the walk!
Day 71 was Halloween! The team had a fun/festive walk through London!
The final day of the walk! The team only had four miles to do in order to reach Buckingham Palace. Here they are in the Mall, surrounded by amazing supporters!
Here's the team at Buckingham Palace, with the expedition patron Prince Harry after completing 1000 miles!