Commemorate the Centenary of the First World War at your own pace.
The virtual Frontline Walk is a personal challenge that can be completed at any location. You can start at your pace anywhere in the world. It is a great way to stay fit and active, while supporting The Soldiersâ Charity.
What is it?
Walk a total of 100km. It is up to you how you would like to complete the walk, but we suggest researching local war memorials and planning a walk which takes in as many as possible, youâll find out some fascinating details about the people of your hometown and what they did in the war, and you can pay your respects at the same time. The 100km should be completed between 1st and 31st October 2018. Youâll also be able to join the Frontline Walk online community where youâll find many like-minded people who will support and encourage you, as well as help you research your hometown or any family who fought in WWI.
When you sign up you will create a personal fundraising page. This is where you can share day to day updates, add pictures, stories and share it on social media too.
Once you complete your walk, your fundraising results will automatically be uploaded to our Fundraising Army ranks league so you can compete with other supporters.
To begin your virtual Frontline Walk, simply register your interest using the form below, and weâll send you all the information and hints and tips you need to get started.
British Armed Forces Veterans have kindly donated this impressive variety of 150 unique images to be shown and sold at four exhibitions of Fine Art Photography in East Anglia during February and March.
A presentation about HMS Queen Elizabeth by Commodore Andrew Betton OBE Commander of the UK Carrier Strike Group on Tuesday 6th March 2018
This unique opportunity to visit the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst includes tours of the historic Old College and the Royal Memorial Chapel, drinks in the Indian Army Room and a curry lunch in the Old College Dining Room.
As part of the national commemorations to mark the 100th Anniversary of the end of the First World War, ABF The Soldiers’ Charity South West region are proud to present a concert to remember those who gave their lives in service of their country 1914-1918
Whether a novice or experienced shot, come and enjoy a day shooting clays at the Brandon Wood Clay Ground, near Grantham. Come and have a great day out, whether you want to bring a team of friends or colleagues. Girls teams, boys teams, mixed teams all welcome!
Cycle for The Soldiers’ Charity in the Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100
Why take part?
It is a world-class festival of cycling developed by the Mayor of London and his agencies. You will be raising money to help us support soldiers and their families. It is a lifetime experience to remember. Inspired by Londonâs 2012 Olympic road race, the 100 mile Prudential RideLondon â Surrey route takes you past iconic landmarks, up renowned climbs and through closed roads.
“I loved Prudential RideLondon and I did it faster than I was expecting! Thanks for the amazing support – it was great being cheered on!”
Richard Beer / Ride London 2014 participant
Sunday 29th July 2018
London – Surrey | Event starts at Queen Elizabeth Park, London
Join ourÂ #FundraisingArmy and receive:
- Join the ranks of The Soldiersâ Charity Fundraising Army
- Guaranteed Place
- Support from our dedicated team up until and including the event day
- The Soldiersâ Charity training T-shirts
- Fundraising pack and advice to help you reach your sponsorship target
- Dedicated cheering points