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Sean Gane: The importance of family

Sean Gane: The importance of family

      The support from family and friends is incredibly important when leaving a career in the Armed Forces. In this blog, we sit down with Sean Gane to find out about how his family helped him after he left the Armed Forces. How important was the support of your...
#WhyIWalk with Brian O’Neill

#WhyIWalk with Brian O’Neill

      In this blog, Brian O’Neill tells us how the support of his friends and family helped him greatly as he left a long career in the Armed Forces. How important was the support of your family/friends when you left the Armed Forces?  Invaluable, and without...
#WhyIWalk with Ben Gallagher

#WhyIWalk with Ben Gallagher

Family is one of the most important influences in one’s life. At WWTW, we support veterans and their family members. We sat down with Ben Gallagher from the Walk of Oman Expedition Team to find out how his family supported him during and after his career in the...
In conversation with Brian O’Neill

In conversation with Brian O’Neill

In converation with Brian o’neill  In October, we will be taking a team of ex-military and currently serving men out to Oman to embark on the trip of a lifetime.  In this series, we’re introducing you to the Grenadier Walk of Oman team. Why did you sign up to...
In conversation with Ashley Winter

In conversation with Ashley Winter

Ashley Winter Q+A   In just 7 months’ time, we will be taking a team of 6 serving and ex-military servicemen out to Oman to embark on the trip of a lifetime as they trek 400km on foot across the Omani desert. In this series, we’re introducing you to the WWTW...
Dave Adams Q+A

Dave Adams Q+A

Dave Adams Q+A Why have you signed up to the challenge and what does it means to you ? My main reason for joining the Walk of Oman is the good that WWTW do for the Forces community in both mental and physical health. I myself have benefitted directly and anything I...