Age 15 & over
Join the Royal British Legion for a sociable hike through beautiful countryside to support the Armed Forces community.
While you enjoy stunning scenery and countryside, you'll be supported to make sure you have everything you need to enjoy the day. Whether you come in a group or on your own, this is the perfect adventure for anyone looking to explore the great outdoors, learn some history, and challenge themselves this summer.
The Poppy Treks raise vital funds to ensure that the charity can continue to support serving and ex-serving personnel, and their families, for as long as they need us. That’s why at each trek you’ll have the opportunity to remember a loved one, or those who’ve served.
Starting and finishing at Barbury Castle, a stunning Iron Age hillfort surrounded by chalk grassland which gives spectacular views across the Marlborough Downs. This hike through the Wiltshire countryside passes by one of the iconic Hackpen White Horses.
The friendly events team are experts in delivering a first-class experience and are tere to support you every step of the way with fundraising tips and training advice.
You are encouraged to raise as much as you can to support the Royal British Legion's vital services and support for the Armed Forces community. If you reach £250 you’ll earn an official RBL technical t-shirt. The dedicated events team will support you in your fundraising efforts.
Every step you take and every pound you raise will help the Royal British Legion ensure that no-one who has served is disadvantaged because of the sacrifices they have made.
The UK's leading Service charity providing care and support to serving members of the Armed Forces, veterans of all ages and their families.
The custodian of remembrance and appreciation through the annual poppy appeal and also providing members of the Armed Forces, veterans and their families with rehabilitation, advice and guidance all year round.
Of money you raise £25 can pay for an online training course for a veteran to help them secure a job or £100 could help someone's rehabilitation by attending an arts programme.
15-17 year olds must be accompanied by and adult at all times.