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Kiltwalk - Edinburgh

Lace up a comfortable pair of trainers and march in the Kiltwalk for MND Scotland.

Join Team MND Scotland at the Edinburgh Kiltwalk in 2020 and help take us a step closer to a cure for Motor Neurone Disease.

The Kiltwalk has four events, spread across the year, in Glasgow, Aberdeen, Dundee and Edinburgh.

The course lengths available are:

  • The Mighty Stride – Aprox. 25 miles
  • The Big Stroll – Aprox. 11 miles
  • The Wee Wander – Aprox. 6 miles

Full details for the 2020 event will become available on the Kiltwalk website as they develop.

Thanks to Sir Tom Hunter and The Hunter Foundation each Kiltwalker’s fundraising receives an extra 40% donation*. So if you raise £100 for MND Scotland, we will receive £140!

*Please note the extra 40% is subject to deadline and up to a limit of £5,000, please see the Kiltwalk website for more.

If you would like to fundraise for MND Scotland please get in touch with our fundraising team - they would love to hear from you! They will be able to provide you with fundraising packs and any other support you may need.

Interested in taking on the Kiltwalk for MND Scotland? Contact us for more information.

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