Looking forward to a New Year


After all those mince pies and turkey, Walking With The Wounded have started thinking about all the exciting events and goings-on that the new year has to bring:

– Snow Place Like Home
– The Cumbrian Challenge 2014
– Walking With The Wounded’s School Programme
– Ride of The Lions – The Triple Crown 2014
& MUCH more to come




Welcome Home The UK South Pole Team In Style

Join Walking With The Wounded for an evening of great entertainment, wonderful food and amazing auction items, all in aid of supporting our wounded.

The evening will feature some special guests from Walking With The Wounded.

Saturday April 26th, 6:30 PM

£35.00 per person

Berties, Brook Street, Ellend West Yorkshire

Book now to avoid any disappointment.

Click here to purchase your ticket.


Set Yourself A New Challenge For The Year

On 18 May 2013, Walking With The Wounded launched its inaugural Cumbrian Challenge event. The feedback we received from competitors and the memories created amidst the stunning scenery of the Lake District was enough to convince us that the Cumbrian Challenge would be an annual event for us to enjoy alongside our extraordinary supporters.

Click here to watch the highlights of The Cumbrian Challenge 2013.

The Cumbrian Challenge 2014 event has moved from Patterdale to the stunning village of Grasmere, which is less than 10 miles away from Lake Windermere and will take place on Saturday 14 June. Whilst the format of the weekend event will remain the same, we are doubling the number of participants to 800, comprising 200 teams of 4 competitors per team.

Click here to find out more and register your team.

Learn More About The Work Of Walking With The Wounded

Walking With The Wounded are keen to engage with young people and to educate them on the important charity work we are doing with our wounded servicemen and women.

The online School Programme hub provides a range of materials and teaching resources for both Primary and Secondary age pupils.

Click here to find out more.

Our Educational Aims:

– To introduce the charity and educate students about the work and goals of Walking With The Wounded
– To inform students about our expeditions, such as this year’s Virgin Money South Pole Allied Challenge
– To explore the consequences and aftermath of war for servicemen and women
– To develop student’s empathy with others
– To dispel some of the stereotypes surrounding disability and gender
– To explore human motivation, endurance and determination
– To be inspired by the strength of others
– To explore the meaning of courage

Challenge Yourself To Climb New Heights


“The spirit of Rugby on a Bike.”

In 2013, a group of ex British and Irish Lions rugby stars and friends rode 1,000 km from the Etihad Stadium in Melbourne to the ANC Stadium in Sydney, between the 2nd and 3rd Lions test matches. The team consisted of both ex-Lion and ex-Wallaby players and around 30 guests, who managed to raise over £250,000 for Walking With The Wounded.

After the success of the 2013 Ride of The Lions, 2014 brings a new year and a new challenge.

Soon to be announced is the Ride of The Lions – The Triple Crown 2014, which will see an even bigger line-up and group of guests take on a new challenging route that will tour the four legendary stadiums of the the British and Irish Rugby Teams.

Starting at Twickenham and finishing at Murrayfield, the Ride of The Lions – The Triple Crown 2014 is set to be even bigger and better.

Click here to sign-up for forthcoming information about how you can get involved.

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