Latest News

September 2022

100km walk with Rugby ball passing

Over £5,000 Raised

Matt and I set off onto the Thames path bright and early on Saturday morning. Morale was high and the pace we were going at made us feel very optimistic about the difficulty of this challenge. That optimism was shattered 60km in when walking between Richmond and Kew in the dark and rain, with both of us conceding that reaching tower bridge would be very difficult. As the blisters began to form our pace slowed, but fortunately we had plenty of moral support from friends on social media and our parents who met us every now and then with food and words of encouragement.

Reaching tower bridge, 100 km in, was a huge feeling of relief and pride. And waking up, after a much needed sleep, and seeing all the donations has been incredible. Thank you to all who have donated and shared the fundraiser, it means a massive amount to me and Matt. – Jack Doyle and Matt Lovell

Need Help Now?

MWMT does not give direct advice and help to individuals, but we hope this information will help if you need direct support.

If you need immediate help call 999 or go to your local A&E department. Find your nearest A&E services here

Need to talk now? Contact Samaritans by clicking here or calling 116 123.

Crisis textline
Prefer to text? You can contact the Crisis textline 24/7. Just text SHOUT to 85258