WHAT IS TOMMY’S D-DAY TREK?
Tommy’s D-Day Trek is a fundraising challenge designed to mark the 80th anniversary of the D-Day Landings in 1944.
Trek with us from midnight through the North Downs in Kent to raise vital funds to support Royal British Legion Industries. The Trek will cover 44km across the beautiful Kent countryside, through villages, fields and woodland whilst ending up in the beautiful village of Chilham.
The Route will be marshalled by the Ghurkas and breakfast will be included along the route to keep you fully fuelled mid way through your trek.
It was at 10am on 6 June 1944 that the BBC Home Service presenter, John Snagge, announced these immortal words: “D-Day has come. Early this morning the Allies began the assault on the north-western face of Hitler’s European fortress.
TAKE PART IN tommy’s
The event will be launched from Capel Morris Center at midnight on Friday 7th June. Your team, aided by your support driver will begin the 44km trek.
Watch the sunrise whilst walking the scenic route through the Garden Of England.
Refreshments will be provided by Ghurkas to keep you fully fuelled for the trek
The event will finish in the beautiful surroundings of Chilham Castle.
Why Join Us?
We are proud to support our Armed Forces, veterans and their families across the UK. We provide vital employment support, advice and homes to those who need them most and our efforts contribute towards assisting British Armed Forces veterans.