The Kiltwalk 2019

Date

Thursday 28 March 2019 - Sunday 15 September 2019

Location

Event Dates

Glasgow- 28th April 2019

Aberdeen- 2nd June 2019

Dundee- 18th August 2019

Edinburgh 15th September 2019

 

After it's biggest ever year The Kiltwalk is back for 2019 with thousands looking forward to striding, strolling and wandering all over Glasgow, Aberdeen, Dundee and Edinburgh to raise money for charities across the country.

This is your chance to take on the challenge as part of team Maggie's to help raise vital funds. There are three distances to choose from, no minimum sponsorship and every penny raised will recieve a top up from The Hunter Foundation, meaning that Maggie's will receive £1.40 for every £1.00 sponsorship you raise. This is your chance to give 140%!

 

Entry fee for The Mighty Stride:

 

  • £31.69 per adult/child –  includes £25 registration fee + VAT + processing fee.
  • Please note that entrants must be 13 years and over to take part in The Mighty Stride.
  • For your entry fee, you will receive entry ticket, walker guide, two meal vouchers, Kiltwalk finishers medal, snacks/refreshments throughout the route as well as a full day and night of entertainment.

 

Entry fee for The Big Stroll:

 

  • £31.69 per adult/child –  includes £25 registration fee + VAT + processing fee.
  • Please note that entrants must be 10 years and over to take part in The Big Stroll.
  • For your entry fee, you will receive entry ticket, walker guide, one meal voucher, Kiltwalk finishers medal, snacks/refreshments throughout the route as well as a full day and night of entertainment.

 

Entry fee for The Wee Wander:

 

  • £12.80 per adult – includes £10 registration fee + VAT + processing fee.
  • £6.50 per child – includes £5 registration fee + VAT + processing fee.
  • FREE entry for children aged 5 and under – no VAT or registration fee.
  • For your entry fee, you will receive entry ticket, walker guide, one meal voucher, Kiltwalk finishers medal, snacks/refreshments throughout the route as well as a full day and night of entertainment.

How your money helps

Your support means so much to the people affected by cancer who come to our Centres each day. It costs £590,000 a year to keep a Maggie's Centre open, and the money you raise will help your Maggie's Centre continue to provide emotional, practical and social support to people with cancer and their family and friends.

Find out more about how your money makes a difference to Maggie's.

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