“You go from living life in a certain way, to pressing the massive reset button.”

Last month, Walking With The Wounded's Duncan Slater became the first ever double amputee to complete the gruelling Marathon Des Sables - 6 marathons in 5 days.

In this short film, Duncan talks about his injuries and how the #MDS was a challenge for him, but that for others, simply asking for help can be just...
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Eleanor Brophy
Walking With The Wounded's annual fundraising event in the Lake District. Huge thanks and congratulations to all that took part this weekend in aid of wounded veterans Looks good? Pre-register for the Cumbrian Challenge 2018 by emailing andy@wwtw.org.uk (Photographs by MB Photography.) Please tag yourselves!
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Walking With The Woundeds annual fundraising event in the Lake District Huge
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Glen Pilkington
Shaun Gardner
Walking With The Wounded's annual fundraising event in the Lake District. Huge thanks and congratulations to all that took part this weekend in aid of wounded veterans Looks good? Pre-register for the Cumbrian Challenge 2018 by emailing andy@wwtw.org.uk (Photographs by MB Photography.) Please tag yourselves!
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Walking With The Woundeds annual fundraising event in the Lake District Huge
Walking With The Wounded
Glen Pilkington
Shaun Gardner
This month Walking With The Wounded's Clinical Lead for #HeadStart - Rod Eldridge - was invited to give a presentation to the Help for Heroes Official fundraising volunteers at the Chavasse VC Help for Heroes Centre in Colchester. The aim of the talk was to reinforce the effective partnership between WWTW's Head Start programme and H4H's #HiddenWounds in the mental health #veteran care...
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This month Walking With The Woundeds Clinical Lead for HeadStart Rod Eldridge
Walking With The Wounded are proud supporters of the Heads Together campaign and wish them a very happy first birthday!

We look forward to continuing to work together to change the conversation around #mentalhealth, especially within the #military community. It is #OkToSay that you need support with your mental health.

WWTW's own mental health programme #HeadStart provides some of the most...
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Walking With The Wounded's annual fundraising event in the Lake District. Huge thanks and congratulations to all that took part this weekend in aid of wounded veterans Looks good? Pre-register for the Cumbrian Challenge 2018 by emailing andy@wwtw.org.uk (Photographs by MB Photography.) Please tag yourselves!
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Walking With The Woundeds annual fundraising event in the Lake District Huge
Walking With The Wounded
Glen Pilkington
Shaun Gardner
The results are in! Thanks again to all who took part in the #CumbrianChallenge this weekend. Despite heavy rain and strong winds, all teams that took part did incredibly well...some even returned from the peaks to see #Grasmere in the sunshine.

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There is still time to donate and support our most vulnerable #veterans back into independence: [ Bit.ly Link ]

We would...
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The results are in Thanks again to all who took part in
Ian Lofthouse
Chris Carlisle
Loraine Keirl
And they’re off! This year’s #CumbrianChallenge teams are on their way and we wish them the best of luck. The weather isn’t great…rain on and off in the morning but it should start to clear in the early afternoon.

Onto the routes…the #Tougher course will climb the mighty Hellvelyn...plunge down the stunning Swirral Edge into Patterdale and then loop back round and up St Sunday Crag. Finally,...
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And theyre off This years CumbrianChallenge teams are on their way and
Pauline Needham
Paula Cowen
Sue Kaveney
And they're off #CumbrianChallenge
Sue Hodgin
Kerry Bailey
Al Paisley
The #CumbrianChallenge is back! Thanks to all of you that are joining us in the #LakeDistrict this weekend in aid of vulnerable #veterans. It has already been a fantastic afternoon meeting you all and we wish you the best of luck tomorrow.

It will be an early start tomorrow morning for our challengers...the Tougher route (29km) embarks at 7:30am, the Tough (23km) at 8:00am and finally the...
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The CumbrianChallenge is back Thanks to all of you that are joining
Cycle Horsmonden for WWTW
Faye Roberts
Eileen Messenger
Looking for a keynote speaker to inspire and motivate your staff and clients? Your audience will be captivated by Walking With The Wounded’s two record breaking finishers from this years’ Marathon des Sables otherwise know as the World’s toughest footrace.

Listen to the inspirational Duncan Slater – the first ever double leg amputee to undertake and smash this epic challenge, and Capt. Tom...
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Looking for a keynote speaker to inspire and motivate your staff and
Alex Wildman
Kate Ribera
This #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek, Walking With The Wounded are focusing on supporting ex-servicemen and women who struggle with their #mentalhealth to improve their well being.

Our Head Start programme offers #veterans with mental health difficulties a course of therapy from private accredited psychotherapists.

Campaigns like Heads Together, spearheaded by Prince Harry and the Duke and...
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This MentalHealthAwarenessWeek Walking With The Wounded are focusing on supporti
Ian Paul Sigley
Another great thank you to Cycle Horsmonden for WWTW who did an incredible job on Sunday organising their 6th ride for wounded #veterans. It was a fantastic day with a record number of participants - 462! Congratulations to all who took part and thank you for your continued support.

#CycleHorsmonden #Horsmonden #Military #Wounded #Cycling #Kent #SupportTheWalk Walking With The Wounded
Another great thank you to Cycle Horsmonden for WWTW who did an
Cycle Horsmonden for WWTW
Johar Ali
Suzanne Davies
If you want to see the intensity of what servicemen and women went through in Afghanistan, watch 'Kajaki' on Sunday 7th May at 22.00 on BBC Two

"Helmand Province in Afghanistan 2006, Kajaki Dam. A company of British soldiers encounter a dried-out river bed and under every step, the possibility of an anti-personnel mine; a mine that could cost you your leg - or your life. Based on a true...
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If you want to see the intensity of what servicemen and women
Kelly Gleave
Lee Stevenson
Michelle Dewey
Walking With The Wounded would like to wish all taking part in this year’s Cycle Horsmonden for WWTW the very best of luck today. Thank you for helping us support OUR most vulnerable #veterans regain their independence through the right, sustainable employment.

Huge thanks also to the #CycleHorsmonden team who have brilliantly organised 6 rides to date. It is with great sadness that they will...
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Walking With The Wounded would like to wish all taking part in
Gerwyn Jones
Alistair Wilkinson
They did it! See the times of our fantastic London Marathon runners below. We’re thrilled to say that all of our runners who started yesterday finished in style and have collectively raised a whopping £42,000... and counting!

Please see their fundraising pages and support them here: [ Virginmoneygiving.com Link ]

Huge thanks to all of the following. Unfortunately, some had to withdraw due to...
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They did it See the times of our fantastic London Marathon runners
Briony Beattie
Margaret Brown
Maria Fisher
Walking With The Wounded would like to wish ALL taking part in today's London Marathon 2017 the very best of luck!

Not only will we be cheering on our own team of 16 runners (meet the team here: [ Bit.ly Link ] in their #WWTW vests, but we will also be keeping an eye out for previous WWTW Expedition team members Karl Hinett and Ivan Castro who will be running side-by-side in support of The...
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Walking With The Wounded would like to wish ALL taking part in

Introducing our 2017 London Marathon team - Walking With The Wounded

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Anthony Scott
Tune into ITV Anglia this evening at 18:00/23:00 and also BBC Look East at 18:30 to hear from Duncan Slater on his return to #Norfolk after spending last week in the #SaharaDesert!

Duncan became the first ever double #amputee to complete the incredible Marathon Des Sables, battling extraordinary temperatures and terrain.. against the clock! He completed the 6 stages of self-sufficient...
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Tune into ITV Anglia this evening at 18002300 and also BBC Look
Kay Evans
What was going through his head in fifty degree heat? Why did he do it? What was keeping him going?

Hear all about the gruelling Marathon Des Sables from Duncan Slater himself - the first ever double #amputee to tackle the "toughest foot race on Earth" in the #SaharaDesert...and complete it!

Listen again to BFBS Radio here: [ Forces.net Link ]

#SupportTheWalk #BFBS #DuneRunnerDuncan...
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What was going through his head in fifty degree heat Why did