**IMPORTANT MERCHANDISE INFORMATION**

The Trustees have recently agreed that, for the foreseeable future, due to storage restrictions, we will not be re-ordering the bulkier items of merchandise. We will continue to offer a year specific t-shirt along with the smaller items of merchandise (key rings, lanyards, beanies, caps, flags, zip pulls, wristbands etc.) and the full range of patches, pins and stickers. We also hope to offer a new pin and patch each year, a calendar, Christmas cards and limited edition items.

This means that once the stock of items listed below is depleted, it will no longer be available to buy. So, to avoid disappointment, get your orders in now.

The items that will not be re-ordered are:

  • Hoodies
  • Fleeces
  • Children's hoodies
  • Children's t-shirts
  • Hi –Viz
  • Ladies vest tops
  • Rugby shirts
  • Polo shirts
  • Jute bags
  • Teddies
  • Torches
  • Wallets

Thank you for your continued support.

The Directors and Trustees, RTTW.

HomeQueen's Award for Voluntary Service

Queen's Award for Voluntary Service

The MBE for volunteer groups

Queen's Award for Voluntary Service - The MBE for volunteer groups

In June 2013 Ride To The Wall was honoured and proud that Her Majesty the Queen has awarded Ride To The Wall the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service.

The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service is the MBE for voluntary groups and is the highest award given to volunteer groups across the UK. It is an annual award made to recognise and reward excellence in voluntary activities carried out by groups in the community.

It is given for outstanding achievement by groups of volunteers who regularly devote their time to helping others in the community, improving the quality of life and opportunity for others and providing an outstanding service.

Ride To The Wall was formed in 2008 by a small group of volunteers who shared the same values of Remembrance and Respect, and has grown year on year and beyond any expectation. As the numbers of supporters and attendees increased significantly every year and the size and scale of the organisation grew considerably, the requirement for additional volunteers also grew and was met by an ever increasing number of volunteers now totalling almost 300, who unselfishly give up their time. Through their commitment, dedication and hard work they allow the 16,000 names carved on the Armed Forces Memorial to live on in our memory.

We hope that you will join us in congratulating all the volunteers on being awarded this prestigious accolade and on their fantastic achievement.

For more information visit www.royal.gov.uk.