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1846 days ago   Article ID# 1533074
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Walking With the Wounded

LONDON, U K (ITV News) - The charity Walking With the Wounded is looking for a Welsh man or woman to join its team as part of an expedition to Mount Everest aimed at raising £2 million.

The organisation - which boasts Prince Harry as its patron - wants to involve a representative from each of the four home nations in its fundraising effort.

Walking With the Wounded is aiming to be the first team of wounded ex-service people to climb Everest.

It works with ex-servicemen and women to re-train and re-equip them to cope with their injuries.

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