There are many sponsorship opportunities available for The Frontline Walk and My Frontline Walk, which will give your brand excellent exposure to our audience and allow you to get involved with these unique event, such as:
- A number of excellent opportunities to promote your products, services and brand to our audience
- Various levels of sponsorship tiers are available based on your overall investment, including Headline, Major and Associate Sponsor levels.
Previous Sponsors have included: Annington Homes & Ancestry UK, as well as sponsors-in-kind such as Military History Matters and Mornflake.
To discuss specific or bespoke packages, or for further information, please contact us on 020 7811 3201 or email@example.com
Download our sponsorship brochure here.
Steve Roberts is the historical guide on The Frontline Walk.
Steve Roberts Military Ancestry offers a reliable, bespoke research service based on twenty years’ experience at numerous archives and repositories throughout the United Kingdom.
Steve is an ex-serviceman with a keen interest in military history, he holds a Masters Degree in British First World War Studies and has a proven track record in researching Britain’s armed forces for individual clients and a number of television documentaries.
Classic Challenge has been leading the way in charity challenges since they originated the concept in 1992. Since then more than £100 million has been raised for hundreds of charities. 65,000 people have cycled, trekked, run, climbed mountains and ridden horses to all corners of the globe while taking part in a charity challenge event for Classic Challenge.
Terry offers a research service for people interested in finding out about their family connections to the First World War. He does not charge for his service, but asks for a donation to be made to The Soldiers' Charity instead.
Terry is also a tour guide, having previously worked with Leger, Holts and RBL. Terry offers a bespoke tour package, either following your relative's First World War journey or the key landmarks on the WWI battlefields.
Ed is the photographer on The Frontline Walk, and we have worked with him since 2016. A very talented photographer - all the photos across this site are photos which Ed took. Ed's photography career began in 2006 while travelling with his camera as a white-water kayaker. He has since gone to establish himself as a leading adventure sports and landscape photographer. Ed also works with us on our 54 mile trek, The Cateran Yomp.