Terry Whenham

The Frontline Walk 2020

I'm fundraising in memory of Private Henry Whenham, East Kent Regiment. Died of Wounds 4th August 1916..

I'm taking part in the Frontline Walk - a 100km trek to commemorate the sacrifices made by those who fought for our freedom whilst helping to support the soldiers and veterans of today.

It will be a physically and emotionally tough challenge, but I'm doing it all for a great cause: ABF The Soldiers' Charity, the National Charity of the British Army. They support soldiers, veterans and their families when they need it most.

Please cheer me on by making a donation towards my target - I'll be forever grateful!

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Helen Mcmahon

Thank you so much for the excellent detail about my grandfather’s war at Passchendale. My father aged 96 had no idea about what his dad undertook during WW1. My father and our family feel very proud to know that Percy fought for our future at Passchendale.


Cath Kitchen

Thank you for your commitment Terry and not forgetting those who sacrificed so much for us


Phil Pearce

Terry, Thanks for your research. Found it very interest to read.


James Holt

Cheers pal I wish to work with u in the future truly professional guy you deserve every penny well done accomplishing which many failed respect james holt


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Gary Jenkins

Keep up the good work for charity it’s in times like these that you really need to dig in to keep it all going


Austec Uk Ltd

Good luck terry and thanks.


Glynn Cotter

good luck


Simon Matthews


Christine Buckley

Thank you Terry for helping my son David Buckley and myself find out more about our families part in the first world war - so much information made great reading Thank you again


Ian Smith

Thanks Terry for the recovery of my jacket. Pity we are on different walks.


Helen Hardy

Thankyou for all your efforts to research my Great Uncle Arthur. The whole family are very grateful and are very moved by your discovery. See you on the Western Front. Helen


Terence Whenham