Ex-Marines in Highland walk

SEVEN members of the North Devon branch of the Royal Marines Association are in training for a long walk they are undertaking later this month. The group, whose ages range from 50 to 70, are taking on the 95-mile West Highland Way from Glasgow to Fort Wi

SEVEN members of the North Devon branch of the Royal Marines' Association are in training for a long walk they are undertaking later this month.

The group, whose ages range from 50 to 70, are taking on the 95-mile West Highland Way from Glasgow to Fort William between June 19-25.

As if that were not enough, they will then proceed to climb Ben Nevis and on June 27 will attend the annual RMA parade at the Commando Memorial, Spean Bridge.

Travel and accommodation costs are being borne by the individual members and every penny raised along the way will go to Royal Marine charities. find out more by going to https://www.bmycharity.com/V2/rmawayfarers


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