Recovery Project - STAND TO: Chatworth Walk Update – 13 March 2024

Posted on: 19 Apr 2024

Event update from our partners at the STAND TO project:

“On Wednesday 13th March 2024 our Veterans embarked on a 12.5 km walk through the beautiful grounds of Chatsworth House, the camaraderie flowed between the different services, although the cloud cover was low and the mist was in the air this didn’t dampen spirits.  A slight uphill at the start to see the Queen Victoria’s Jubilee Stone and then onward to the House, walking through the wet meadow (only one slip over) for a well-earned brew at the Garden Centre.  (We seemed to slow the Q whilst we ordered 12 drinks – apologies were given).

Following on we ascended the rise towards Russian Cottage and on to Edensor Village, a lunch stop was had before the final push to Baslow with a few old aching lower limbs.”


If you would like more information on how to attend STAND TO please call 01246 959333 to speak to one of the team or visit the website

More information can also be found on how to attend the STAND TO Project on the GRID website’s Recovery Projects page - you can find contact information and read more about the project here – Veterans Positive Pathways | STAND TO Derbyshire Veterans Community Services part of Derbyshire Alcohol Advice Service (


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