You may remember this, in 2015 I did 100km in 3 days along the Western Front in aid of ABF The Soldiers’ Charity. A couple of weeks ago, some of the walkers of 2015 had a mini reunion in London. You can see what’s coming. In a fit of madness I signed up to do it again in 2017.
As the day of my 100km trek over 3 days in aid of the ABF The Soldiers’ Charity is fast approaching, I have set up a blog so you can follow my progress. I’ve added details of the route, my training, a little about the charity and most importantly how you can donate. I’m intending to add a post at the end of day during the walk too. You can access the blog at frontlinewalk.sudron.org.uk.
I may have mentioned several times on social media that I have signed up for ‘2015 Frontline Walk’ in aid of the ABF Soldier’s Charity. This is a 100km walk over 3 days in the first week of October. We’ll be walking the Western Front from Arras to Ypres. As such, I needed a new pair of boots.
I’ve signed up for the Frontline Walk in aid of the Soldiers Charity. It’s a gruelling 100km trek across France and Belgium over 3 days (which will probably be wet and cold) in October 2015. It starts at the Lochnagar Crater and ends at the Menin Gate.