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The Best Laid Plans

…have a tendency to fail and fail they did, for me at least. The training was going well and I was running through the km’s quicker than Homer Simpson clears a box of doughnuts, but it didn’t last.…

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Three Generations of Support

Making a gift in memory is a meaningful way to remember the life of a loved one, while making a real difference to the lives of disabled ex-Service men and women. As a charity, we are deeply grateful …


What inspired me to run a Marathon

A marathon is not an easy challenge to undertake but for father-of-two, Anders Sagadin, The Virgin Money London Marathon will be his ninth marathon in four years.…

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WW1 Battlefields Trek – Day 4

Our final day of the WWI Battlefields Trek saw another early start as we took a short bus journey to Kemmelberg, a 156m high hill to the south of the Salient. We looked out towards the east where th…

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WW1 Battlefields Trek – Day 3

If yesterday was an opportunity to grasp the geography of the Ypres Salient, then our second trekking day has been a chance to visualise the leafy green fields as they would have been after four years…

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WW1 Battlefields Trek – Day 2

Miraculously for us, the rain stopped the moment we left the hotel this morning and the sun gave us a gloriously hot day. Nigel, our trek leader, promised us an easier first day to acclimatise at a di…