Being an ex-Sapper(RE) and knowing the difficulty that our wounded comrades face I thought this was a good event to take part in, in an effort to raise some much needed funds to assist them in civilian life.
All I ask of you all is to let me do the hard work as I along with 3 others of my work colleagues try to raise £2000, we've name ourselves 'Game of Cones'.
Please help us achieve this amount in order to help our most vulnerable veterans re-integrate back into society.
Funding enables those who are either physically, mentally or socially injured through service rebuild their lives, return to the work place and provide long-term security for themselves and their families.

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

I've joined a team taking on the Cumbrian Challenge - to support those who served. We're taking on a big walking route around the Lake District alongside teams of veterans who are getting their lives back on track thanks to Walking With The Wounded. 

My ask is quite simple. Please dig deep, or sign up a team to take us on. 

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.

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John Bamford

More than happy to support you Nigel


Roy Chestnutt

Happy to support


Paul Lenarcic

Good luck


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Alana Hartley

Well done and good luck


Chris Whittaker

Good luck pal 👍👍


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