The Frontline Walk

Trek 100km, following in the footsteps of those who fought in WWI and WWII whilst supporting the soldiers and veterans of today.

The Normandy Beaches

A 100km walk passing the infamous beaches of Normandy, including Utah, Omaha and Sword Beaches Beaches and finishing at Pegasus Bridge. 

Date: 6th - 10th October 2021
Registration fee: £150
Fundraising target: £1,250

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The Western Front

A 100km walk following the Western Front of WWI. The Walk starts at Lochnagar Crater, the location of the start of the Battle of the Somme, and Somme, and finishes at the finishes at the Menin Gate with Gate with the Ceremony of the Last Post.

Date: 13th - 17th October 2021
Registration fee: £150 SOLD OUT
Fundraising target: £1,250 SOLD OUT

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Commemorate the footsteps of those who fought in WWI or WWII 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. 

Date: 1st Oct  - 11th Nov 2021
Registration fee: £10

For details, including when registration will open please e-mail

The Frontline Walk & The Virtual Frontline Walk 2021 will be sponsored by Annington.

Annington is one of the largest private landlords in the UK following the purchase of over 57,000 homes from the Ministry of Defence in 1996.  Most of these properties are leased back to the MOD and provide homes for Service personnel and their families.  A significant number, however, have been handed back to Annington.

In the years since 1996, Annington has invested time, money and expertise in regenerating thousands of these homes and returned them to the national housing stock.  To date, Annington has helped over 18,000 homebuyers, many of whom were first time buyers and key workers. 

In 2019 a team of five Annington employees completed the Frontline Walk and raised £43,000 for ABF The Soldiers' Charity. In 2020 Annington came on board as the headline sponsor of the event.    

You can read more about the partnership here