Johnny Criswell

I'm supporting our wounded. Are you with me?

It is Walking With the Wounded's 10th anniversary this year and to celebrate this milestone I am helping to raise funds to support those of our service veterans who have found the transition to civilian life almost impossible to achieve.

In early February I am walking over five days through the dunes and wadis of the Sahara desert in deepest Southern Morocco. Come May I will be again joining a team completing the toughest of the Cumbrian Challenge routes that will take us 29kms over some unspeakably steep Lake District mountains in a day. We will be the first team with a collective average age of over 60 to do this!  

Why? We're the lucky ones with jobs, families, homes. Most people leave the military without any issue, but for a small minority it isn't so easy. 

Walking With The Wounded support the veterans who are struggling with their mental health, who are hard to reach, socially isolated, homeless, in police custody... men and women with little to look forward to but who want to get back into society and employment – which is at the heart of what WWTW does.

Please help me and my team hit our £2k target. Every £675 can enable a veteran or their immediate family to access 1-2-1 private mental health therapy within an average of 4 days of referral. Imagine that.

Thank you so much in advance for your support.

Funds raised over the years

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Andrew Luff

Don't forget the Kendal Mint Cake.


Simon, Sally, James, Nicksy And Hazz

Hope the feet have survived the new boots. Shame the boots were so dirty when you set off.


Anaesthetic Group

An ITU bed will be made available if required. Good luck from the team


Hugh Apthorp

Well done Johnny




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