Sunday 7 April
Kilomathon is run on Edinburgh’s beautiful cycle path network. Runners take in the historic Royal Yacht Britannia, the picturesque Victoria Park and enjoy tranquil cycle paths before a fantastic finish in front of the West Stand at BT Murrayfield Stadium. Various distances: 13.1 km, 6.5 km and children’s Mini Kilomathon.
Thursday 11 April
Ayrshire Hospice: Ladies Who Lunch (Seamill)
Join the Ladies Lunch Club at Seamill Hydro Hotel where you will always receive a warm and friendly welcome. The club provides a wonderful opportunity to make new friends, listen to entertaining guest speakers and enjoy a beautiful lunch while raising money for your local hospice. The guest speaker will be Solveig McCulloch who will be giving a talk on “Childhood Memories of Wartime Norway”.
Saturday 13 April
Take on this ultimate challenge across 14 zip wires over a 2km course in the beautiful Cairngorms National Park! It may start off nice and easy but the zips get bigger and faster as you go along the course with the last big one at 550m long at 40mph! Conquer your fears and help fund lifeline services for families living with the cruel neurological condition Huntington’s disease.
Wednesday 17 April
Join the Ladies Lunch Club at Western House Hotel in Ayr where you will always receive a warm and friendly welcome. The club provides a wonderful opportunity to make new friends, listen to entertaining guest speakers and enjoy a beautiful lunch while raising money for your local hospice. The guest speaker will be Irene Fowler who will be giving a presentation on “International Justice Mission”.
Saturday 27 April
Callander Cycle Challenge (Callander)
Enjoy spectacular Scottish scenery within the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park, while cycling one of three route options. Start and finish point is Callander, a beautiful bustling tourist town situated on the River Teith, near Stirling, often described as the gateway to the Highlands.
Sunday 28 April
Kiltwalk Glasgow (Glasgow)
The big one. Attracting over 10,000 walkers last year. Support your chosen charity by taking part in a Kiltwalk and raise unrestricted funds to support the work they do. Every penny you raise, plus an amazing 40% bonus from the Hunter Foundation goes to your chosen charity.
Sunday 28 April
Great Stirling Run (Stirling)
Whether you’re taking on the marathon or the half marathon distance, this event combines a stunning, scenic course with the convenience of a city centre start and finish. The challenging closed road route takes in the local countryside, imposing castles and historic towns.
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