The fifth phase of a tribute path in Sunderland for those serving or who’ve served in the armed forces will be laid in December.
Nearly another 100 stones are to go down on the Veterans’ Walk, which runs behind the memorial wall on Burdon Road.
It was first launched back in early 2016, with the first phase in November that year.
Tom Cuthbertson is the founder:
The path, which winds round the Brothers’ In Arms wall at Mowbray Park, will see the latest phase added to it later this year.
The Veterans’ Walk was first launched in early 2016, with the first phase installed in the November.
Around 100 new orders were made in just three months for this phase – Rob Deverson is one of those behind the scheme:
Lance Bombardier Ben Parkinson, is one of the names on the next set of stones.
He was maimed by a landmine in Afghanistan and said to be Britain’s most badly injured surviving soldier.
Rob Deverson tells us more about his stone.
Find out more about the latest phase and how you too can apply to have a stone laid by clicking here – Veterans’ Walk.