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WWTW partners with Local Council to support Ex-Military

Employment Advisor, Alex, and her clients volunteer to clean up Hampshire Countryside

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WWTW and OP-REGEN supporting Department of Transport

WWTW is working with the Department of Transport and Volunteer Matters to support with their Journey Makers initiative and continue to be part of the solution to support efforts relating to COVID-19.  With every volunteer we provide, the charity will receive a donation.

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Q&A with WWTW Volunteer Dr. Ian Hancock

To celebrate National Volunteers Week we've asked our volunteers to tell us a bit more about why they've generously donated their time to WWTW.

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National Volunteers' Week

An interview with WWTW volunteer, Captain Straker.

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Can you help?

We're supporting Team Rubicon to develop a national database of volunteers.

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Positive Pathways. By Veterans For Veterans.

We’re very happy to announce that WWTW has been successful in securing funding through the Armed Forces Covenant Fund’s Positive Pathways Programme to deliver two new projects in Scotland and Northern Ireland.

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Developing A Veteran Support Hub - Written by Gary Lamb

Four years ago, Walking With The Wounded set up a regional hub in Manchester. The aim was to be able to reach more veterans in the North West of the country. I joined the charity following the BBC DIY SOS Big Build of the Manchester Veterans village. Today I celebrate 4 years in the role.

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Veteran Gives Back To Local Community

Walking With The Wounded (‘WWTW’) strives to support veterans into independence, and it is fantastic when a veteran that we have supported is able to give back to their community. A few years ago, WWTW used funding to allow one of our veterans-Allen, to receive a pyrography kit.

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Why charities should work together to support the walk - Written by Fergus Williams

Every year, thousands of servicemen and woman undergo military training building cohesive teams, spending days, weeks and years working, training and fighting together. However, when military personnel leave the Forces and transition into civilian life, they can sometimes feel isolated and experience feelings of loss.

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Walking With The Wounded is coming to the North East!

Following on from the success of Walking With The Wounded's first regional hub in Manchester, plans are well underway for a second hub in Gateshead.

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