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Walking Home for Christmas 2017


Every year approximately 15,000 skilled and capable men and women leave the Armed Forces having served on behalf of their country.

The majority transition successfully. But for a meaningful minority the departure from the structured world of the military is not easy, and they struggle. Walking With The Wounded supports these people.

You can help by organising a walk this Christmas. I loved my own experience of doing this. It helped me relax after the busy pre-Christmas work rush. It got me out and about at a time when the people you meet on the street are more cheerful than normal. It got me into the festive spirit, excited to see my family. And it did wonders for my Christmas appetite!

So please do get involved and try it yourself this year…
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