Team Pebbles takes on the Kiltwalk in aid of St Andrew’s Hospice

On Sunday 28th April 2024, team Pebbles took on the Glasgow Kiltwalk to raise funds and awareness for local charity, St Andrew’s Hospice.

The Kiltwalk is Scotland’s largest mass participation walking event with over 145,000 people taking part since 2016. The Glasgow event this year sold out and saw over 14,000 walkers take on the challenge of walking from Glasgow to the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond.

With options ranging from the 23-mile Mighty Stride, the 14-mile Big Stroll and the 3-mile Wee Wander, the Kiltwalk ensures that there is an option to suit everyone.

Sir Tom Hunter and The Hunter Foundation relaunched the Kiltwalk in 2016 and since then £42.5 million has been raised for 3,300 charities.

Sir Tom Hunter gave a touching speech to kick off the Glasgow Kiltwalk, stating:

“The whole community comes together and we help those who need a wee hand up, not a hand out. Thank you all for your Kiltwalk kindness!”

Please join us in congratulating our teams who dusted off their walking boots and completed the Mighty Stride and the Big Stroll:

Mighty Stride

Big Stroll

Collectively, our fantastic teams raised over £1,200 for St Andrew’s Hospice, with donations still coming in. We are proud to support St Andrew’s Hospice, who provide specialist palliative care to people living with life-limiting illnesses.

We can’t wait to return to the Kiltwalk next year!

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