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What's next for Walking With The Wounded's fundraising team?

We speak to WWTW's Andy Sloan about the charity's busy events calendar!

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Walking Home For Christmas 2017

Join thousands of people determined to serve those who served us and do something different to make a difference!

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Could you be the proud new owner of one of these limited edition Wolsey jackets?

Find out how you could earn a WWTW Wolsey waterproof!

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The London Marathon 2018

There's still a chance to run for Walking With The Wounded and support our wounded ex-servicemen and women!

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Kilimanjaro 2017

Congratulations to the WWTW Kilimanjaro 2017 team!

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Eat a doughnut for our wounded ex-servicemen and women this September!

Morrisons are donating £1 to Walking With The Wounded for each video uploaded in the #DoughnutLickYourLips campaign!

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Simon and Alison complete the mammoth 2,190 mile Appalachian Trail!

Simon Richard and Alison Shelford safely reached the summit of Mount Katahdin on 17th August, after walking more than five and a half months in aid of our wounded veterans.

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Prince Harry in Gateshead

Head Start beneficiaries in Gateshead told Prince Harry how Walking With The Wounded’s mental health support has improved their lives.

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Lake District peak connected to internet by Arqiva for Walking With The Wounded event

Sharing the moment you reach the summit of one of the highest points in England on social media after the event can be very satisfying. Now thanks to Arqiva, those taking part in Walking With The Wounded’s ‘Cumbrian Challenge’ on 13 May will be able to go one better and live stream it.

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Cumbrian Challenge supports Fix the Fells

Our flagship Cumbrian Challenge event in Grasmere brings more than 600 people to the Lake District every year in aid of vulnerable veterans – and as part of being a responsible event organiser we make a contribution to Fix the Fells in recognition of the impact the event has on the Lake District paths we use.

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