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WWTW MEDALS Programme

Walking With The Wounded (‘WWTW’) runs a number of programmes designed to support ex-servicemen and women as they transition from the military to civilian life. Our soon to launch MEDALS Programme bridges the gap between employment and mental health.

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Trio of brothers take on the Marathon des Sables to raise money for mental health support

WWTW has a team of 36 runners all undertaking the momentous challenge on behalf of the organisation. The team are set to raise £250,000, which will go towards veteran support.

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Twin brothers take on the Marathon des Sables

This year, WWTW is taking its biggest team out to navigate through the Sahara Desert as part of the Marathon des Sables.

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The Cumbrian Challenge – Top 5 reasons why your employees should be there -Written by Joel Oxberry

The Cumbrian Challenge, Walking With The Wounded’s (‘WWTW’) flagship event, takes place at Grasmere on 16th May 2020. The event, now in its 8th year has seen 850+ teams take part and it has raised over £1 million for the charity.

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Meet the MdS Team 2020 - Katie Hislop

Since its inception in 1986, the Marathon des Sables (‘MdS’) has attracted thousands of runners from across to world. The ultra-marathon takes place across 6 days and challenges participants to run the distance of 6 regular marathons back to back. This year, Walking With The Wounded are taking its biggest team yet to the start-line.

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A day in the life of...WWTW Clinical Lead, Carolyn

Over the next few months, we're going to introduce you to some of the team members behind Walking With The Wounded. In this interview, we hear from Carolyn, our Clinical Lead.

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All Together Cumbria sponsoring the Cumbrian Challenge

Industry rallying round to support employment of ex Forces

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Cumbrian Challenge 2020 – Last Chance for Early Bird Tickets

Could you be our 1,000th team?

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Meet the WWTW MdS Team 2020 - Rob Gibbs

In April next year, a team of 32 runners will take on the incredible Marathon des Sables on behalf of WWTW.

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Building A Network - Written by Simon Lock

After seeing the amazing work that a local North East charity does to support local disadvantaged people to get active through cycling, I realised this was a great opportunity for the Northern Care Coordination Partnership (‘NCCP’) veterans and some of their family members.

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