Dangerous Brothers

Support our Race to Remember

This year we will be taking part in Race to Remember to raise vital funds for life-changing mental health treatment for veterans.

Combat Stress is the UK's leading charity for veterans' mental health. For over a century, they've helped former servicemen and women deal with issues like trauma, anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. Today, they provide support to veterans from every service and every conflict.

We are taking on Race to Remember to help take vital steps towards ensuring veterans can get the support they need.

Adam, my step son, was a Corporal in the Royal Dragoon Guards. He completed two tours of Afghanistan, and was awarded the NATO meritorious medal. After his second tour, unbeknown to Sarah and most of the people closest to him, he received counselling for a year provided by the Army. Outwardly Adam always showed confidence, spirit, and was the centre of any group he was in. 

On his 25th birthday, soon after his counselling ended, he lost the battle many didn’t know he was fighting, and took his own life. Sarah lost her beautiful son, and our girls lost their brother. 

This is why the work Combat Stress supports is so important. 

So dig deep, sponsor us, and I promise to supply pictures of a fat blokes running!

Thank you so much for your support.

Thank you to our Sponsors

£111

Anonymous

£111

Butter Cup

£100

Rachel Forty-percent

You is an hero innit mate.

£100

Fairy Cake

Don’t do it

£100

Anonymous

£100

Jon Hamilton

Stop spamming me

£50

Doz And Emma

Good luck buddy.

£48

Leigh Moffat

£48

James Wildt

Top job Darren - great cause and best of luck on the day

£27

Julie Kalus

Good luck Darren. Great way to remember Adam xx

£22

Rachel Baldwin

Great cause, good luck!

£22

Rachel Baldwin

Great cause, good luck!

£22

Max Reed

Good luck you amazing human. Xx

£22

Jitty Basra

£22

Maureen Field

Good luck and we’ll done in advance.. x

£21

Asad Ali

Good Luck both!!!!!

£21

Asad Ali

Good Luck Nick

£20

Sarah Hopcraft

Good luck with the run Darren. Done so well to get to this point. Full of admiration for your achievements so far.

£11

Sal Green

Good Luck Boys!