Our amazing participants are raising vital funds for The Veterans Charity and would love to have your generous support.
To sponsor a participant, please click on their photograph and you will be taken to their dedicated fundraising page where you can donate to support their fabulous efforts on The Forces March 2020.
Rob started running in his teens and has clocked up many marathons and dozens of 'ultra' runs. This will be the NINTH time he has taken on The Forces March.
He has been a constant supporter of The Veterans Charity for the past 10 years and has 3 brothers and 1 sister who have served in the Armed Forces.
Bus driver, Pete from Leeds, served in the British Army and is a very proud supporter of The Veterans Charity having completed the Run To Pegasus for D-Day75 in June 2019.
He is a very keen runner and is often seen at running events as 'Purple Pete'.
Debbie began running at an early age, inspired by her father. She is a Personal Trainer and also a Retained Firefighter in Totnes, Devon.
She will be taking part in The Forces March for a SIXTH time!
Former Royal Marine, Carl is a keen rugby player and member of Tarka Storm Rugby League Team in North Devon.
He has always enjoyed listening to older Veterans telling their stories and despite being out of the Royal Marines for 20 years, he is aiming to complete all 5 days of The Forces March.
Andy served with the Royal Engineers leaving in 1998 , He spends his spare time as a Cadet Instructor for his local Marine Cadet unit.
The Forces March is to be Andy's biggest challenge to date and as well as raising vital funds for the Veterans Charity, he is hoping to inspire his Cadets to push themselves beyond their limits.
Like his team mate Carl, Andy is a former Royal Marine, and also plays for Tarka Storm Rugby League Team in North Devon, where he is also a member of the coaching team.
Andy has also played rugby for both the Royal Navy and British Army and is looking forward to supporting other Veterans through his efforts on The Forces March.
I’m doing The Forces March to give something back to ones that have been before us, and those who are still suffering with personal problems once they leave the armed forces. It is important to me as I’ve been there myself after serving 21 years in the infantry and being medically discharged in 2013. So I ask my friends, family to be kind and spend your hard earned money on a great charity that helps so many FAB.
I served for 15 years in the QARANC then moved into forensics and now a forensic examiner in Custody and Sexual assault.
I have lost 9 st 10lb so far.
I suffered post natal depression in the military having been deployed with a young baby.
This is my first Forces March so, a virgin really!