Dozens of people harmed by gambling walked from Sheffield to Leeds in memory of Kimberly Wadsworth, who died in 2018 after becoming addicted to gambling.
Seventy people, including bereaved families, campaigners, and MPs, walked from Manchester to Liverpool via the cities’ four famous football clubs. The walk was John and Alison Myers’ idea and was held in memory of his son Ryan, who died in 2014, and all other lives lost to gambling.
Over 40 people harmed by gambling walked from Edinburgh to Glasgow and called on Scottish football to ban gambling ads.
A group of people harmed by gambling walking 300 miles from Scotland to Wembley ahead of the European Championships.
More than 300 people walked over 5 million steps in our remote event during lockdown.
We walked from Rangers to Celtic to end gambling sponsorship.
Walking 100 miles to six football clubs across London with gambling sponsorship.
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