Join The Kiltwalks this summer to raise money for The ME Association

The superb scenery of the Firth of Tay on the east coast of Scotland serves up some wonderful walking with gorgeous coastal views for those taking part in The Dundee Kiltwalk on 20th August. 

Enjoy one of three challenging walks – whether you tackle the Mighty Stride, the Big Stroll or the family-friendly Wee Wander.

The Kiltwalk is a unique way to raise funds for The ME Association. You raise 100% and The Hunter Foundation adds 25%. If you’re eligible, you can also claim Gift Aid on your donation.

Prices have been slashed this year. The cost of entering the 20-mile Mighty Stride has been cut by 37% from £31.69 to only £20. The children’s Wee Wander of just over 4 miles cost £6.50 per child, with accompanying adults paying £12.50.

The Mighty Stride sets off from The V&A Museum in Dundee, crosses the Tay Bridge and finishes at St Andrew’s.

All the organisers ask is that you either wear a kilt, or add a flash of tartan to your walking outfit.

For those who can’t make Dundee on 20th August, then the Kiltwalk moves across to Edinburgh on 17th September. You will be welcome on either date.

Join the Dundee Kiltwalk here:

Join the Edinburgh Kiltwalk here:

Tony Britton
Senior Fundraising Consultant, The ME Association Mob: 07393 805566

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