Read the latest updates from Walking With The Wounded's 'Walking Home For Christmas' campaign

WWTW - We get locked down but we get up again

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This year the WWTW Staff are donning their Santa Hats and facemasks and are getting involved in their own challenges across the country on 10th December...

WWTW Employment Advisor, Lynsey Cordiner will be walking 14 miles from the war memorial in Newcastle City Centre to Whitley Bay Cenotaph, accompanied by her dad and Max the cockerspaniel.

Anna Tydeman, HR Business partner, will be doing a 'walk down memory lane', with her partner Stuart and their pup Leia. They will be walking from their current home to the childhood homes, a 12 mile round trip in total. Anna is a team member of Team 200,000 a collaborative effort from our HR, Finance, and Head Start team, joining forces to support those who have served.

Positive Pathways Project Assistant, Gemma McDonald, has joined forces with her family as part of team 'Angels of the North'. They will each be completing 100 miles between the 1st and 20th December, with he dad and brother doubling their efforts and going the extra (100) miles, to complete 200 miles by the 20th.

North East Operations Manager, Tommy Watson, will be walking 25 miles with his wife and 5 dogs! 

Walking Home For Christmas 2023 - And that's a wrap!

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We'd like to thank everyone who signed-up to our 2023 Walking Home For Christmas event.

Over the course of December, supporters of Walking With The Wounded across the nation have donned their walking boots and Santa hats, stepping out to show their solidarity with veterans and their families during this festive season.

This year, we witnessed remarkable challenges undertaken by our supporters. Glenn covered an impressive 160 miles from Manchester to Lockerbie, WWTW team member Steve walked from Manchester to Blackpool within 24 hours, Matthew conquered the Welsh Three Peaks Challenge, 13 Company South West London Army Cadet Force marched 14 miles across London, Lee journeyed from the Shetland Islands home to Aberdeenshire, and the...

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Yodel stepping out to support veterans

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Yodel has been a steadfast supporter of Walking With The Wounded, consistently raising substantial funds over the years to support those who have served. This December, teams from different branches of the company will be participating in various walks nationwide. Their collective efforts are dedicated to raising funds for Walking With The Wounded's Walking Home For Christmas campaign, further demonstrating Yodel's ongoing commitment to supporting the veteran community.

Commenting on the Walking Home For Christmas challenge, John Hardman said, “At Yodel, we have actively participated in various Walking With The Wounded campaigns and events to raise money to support veterans and their families. This year, teams from across Yodel will be...

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From London to Dumfries, the care staff Walking Home For Christmas

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Workers from the UK’s largest online care platform Curam put their best feet forward on December 11, raising vital funds for veterans’ charity Walking With The Wounded as part of its Walking Home For Christmas campaign.

The national sponsored event, which is now in its 10th year, involved teams from the care company’s London and Dumfries offices, who collectively clocked up a total of 50 miles as one of 154 teams taking part.

Staff in east London carried out individual walks, including Curam co-founder Patrick Wallace, who walked from the company’s office in Ashwin Street, Dalston, to Hammersmith. And the Scottish team, headed by Curam director Ben Weatherall, clocked up 12 miles with their countryside walk in Irongray, Dumfries.


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