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Give Back Week 2016

Raising lots of money for Help for Heroes because It's a fantastic cause!

138 %
raised of £10,000 target
by 247 supporters

Help for Heroes

We support the wounded, injured and sick to live independent and fulfilling lives.

Charity Registration No. 1120920 (England & Wales) and SC044984 (Scotland)


This page is all about the fundraising activities for Marston's Give
Back Week 2016 taking place in Marston's pubs and offices across England, Wales and Scotland between 25th April to 2nd May 2016.

Marston's Give Back Week is a nationwide initiative across all Marston's pubs raising money for both national and local charities. Here at Marston's head office in Wolverhampton we are doing our bit and every department will be holding their own charity events!

Keep your eyes on this page to see just what we are up to, but here's the first two events we have planned…

  1. Walk for Heroes
  2. The Ultimate Pub Crawl

Walk for Heroes

Charity walk from our brewery in Burton Upon Trent to our head office in Wolverhampton (Thursday 15th & Friday 16th April)

Head office are raising money for Help For Heroes which is a British charity that launched to help provide better facilities for British servicemen and women who have been wounded or injured in the line of duty. We've set an initial target of £1,000 but we want to break that target many times over! Please give as much or as little as possible to this wonderful charity if you know someone doing something silly, kind or exciting this Give Back Week at

The Ultimate Pub Crawl - Tuesday 19th April to Friday 28th April

Over the course of 10 days we are going to travel the length of the UK going from our northernmost pub, the Dunnichen Stone, Forfar, to our southermost brewery in Ringwood, stopping at all of our other breweries and as many of our pubs as we can along the way. We’ll be covering over 750 miles and we can do this via any mode of transport that doesn’t have an engine – most likely bikes and a bit of swimming but we’re keeping our options open!