The Heroes of Moreton team will be undertaking the Frontline Walk, an epic 100km trek tracing the Great War's Western Front over three days in October 2016.The Walk marks the Centenary of the Battle of the Somme, in which over 1,000,000 Commonwealth, French and German soldiers were wounded or killed.

All funds raised by this event are going to ABF The Soldiers' Charity, which gives lifetime support to soldiers, veterans and their immediate families.


KIT HAVELOCK-DAVIES ran Wold Galleries on Moreton's Oxford Street with his wife Ella for 18 years, and is a former Chairman of the Moreton in Marsh Business Association. Kit was organiser with Adam Wood of the Heroes of Moreton two-week exhibition in 2014, and negotiated the creation and placement of the new Memorial Stone. Donate to Kit

JEREMY DYER is Moreton born and bred, a descendent of Ernest Frank Dyer and George James Dyer, both of whom fell in the Great War. Jeremy joined Kit and Adam with running the Heroes of Moreton event. He works at Stanley's Quarry and was responsible for getting the new Memorial Stone to Moreton's fallen produced. Donate to Jeremy

ADAM WOOD is a relative newcomer to the Cotswolds, Adam moved to Moreton five years ago from London where he worked as a graphic designer and events organiser for more years that he cares to remember. Adam organised the Heroes of Moreton exhibition with Kit, and designed the new Memorial Stone to Moreton's fallen as well as the Heroes of Moreton website. Donate to Adam