14. September 2019 - 12:30 till 17:30
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Shell Shock Walk 2019 | SW18 1TS | Saturday, 14. September 2019

Walk the London Bridges with PTSD Resolution
“ The Shell Shock Walk – in support of Veterans’ Mental health”
The mental damage of war remains – but support is improving – with your help, and so we are looking for walkers to join us on the 'PTSD Resolution Shell Shock Walk.'
Why not bring your friends and family along and make it a day out in the capital?. Enjoy the sights of London and raise funds for former Service men and women and their families who are struggling from the trauma of conflict and help them get back to a normal life.
*Detailed directions are here below: 12:30 Meeting time:  From 12:30 at the Waterfront Pub, Juniper Drive, London, SW18 1TS - 8 minutes’ walk fromWandsworth Town train station.  There is food and drink available in the pub, or bring a picnic as there is a pleasant public area outside on the Embankment. 1:30 Walk from Wandsworth Bridge on the southbank to the Peace Pagoda in Battersea Park (40 mins) 2:10: Stop: Rest at Peace Pagoda (20 mins) - there are lavatories at the Pierpoint Cafe located 100 metres further on, 50 metres south 2:30 Carry on along southbank to the next bridge, Chelsea Bridge: walk under bridge, then immediately right and up steps to walk across bridge to north side. Walk along northside to Vauxhall Bridge, then turn right to cross bridge, where you will see Pret Manger (opposite MI6) 3:00 Stop: Rest at Pret a Manger - tea time (20 mins) there are lavatories and refreshments If you want to leave here, then Vauxhall station is 3 minutes walk away - BR, tube 3:20 Walk to South Bank Centre 4:00 Stop: rest at South Bank, Festival Pier (20 mins) 4:20 Carry on along South side to Tower Bridge 5:00 - 5:30 Arrive destination - Tower Bridge - pub:All Bar One, 34 Shad Thames, Butlers Wharf, SE1 27GWhy walk for PTSD Resolution?
A charity that helps Forces Veterans resolve military trauma:
Local – via 200 accredited therapists UK-wideEffective – fully measured treatment & recovery ratesBrief – an average of just 5 sessionsInclusive – we also help partners and familiesThat means everyone - we help those with dependency issues and in prison Prompt – start of treatment usually within daysConfidential - no GP, clinical or service referrals requiredPrivate – no re-telling of trauma experiences