Once again we're taking part in the Frontline Walk - a 100km trek in 3 days to commemorate the sacrifices made by those who fought for our freedom whilst helping to support the soldiers and veterans of today. We are Team Dug-out rats, named from a line in a poem by Wilfred Owen who was killed less than a week before the Armistice. It will be a physically and emotionally tough challenge, but we're doing it all for a great cause: ABF The Soldiers' Charity, the National Charity of the British Army. They support soldiers, veterans and their families when they need it most. Please cheer us on by making a donation towards our target - we'll be forever grateful!
Help us to reach our target of £4,000
The Frontline Walk is an epic 100km (62 miles in old money) trek in 3 days along The Western Front, starting at The Lochnagar Crater in the Somme and finishing 3 days later under the Menin Gate in Ypres. Day
We’re undertaking this challenge to support ABF The Soldiers’ Charity, the British Army’s national, and oldest, charity. We’ve committed to raise a minimum of £2,500 as a team and we’re well on our way to beat this target. ABF The