Shoppers. If you follow any of these links, and save yourself a few ££££’s in the process, please consider making a donation to my Edinburgh Kiltwalk Appeal:

Current Sales, Bargains and Discount Codes:

The Poppyshop Spring Sale

> Over 50% off selected items. All purchases made from the Poppy Shop help to fund the work of the Royal British Legion.

The Oddballs Sale

> Up to 50% off selected items from the Oddballs range of underwear for men, women and children.

The Schuh Shoe Sale

> Shoes for Men, Women and Children. Plus clearance deals on accessories.

The SockShop Sale

> Save up to 75% on selected styles of socks, tights, and underwear (M/F).

The Fragrance Direct Clearance

> Snap up some unbelievably impressive price reductions today on fragrances, make-up, skincare, and gift sets – before they are gone for good.

JD Williams Clearance

> Clothes and shoes for women, men, and kids. And amazing deals on homeware too.

The Fatface Sale

> 50% off Clothing, Shoes & Accessories while stocks last.

Hamleys Best Seller Sale

Soft toys, puzzles and games. Plus free delivery on all orders over £25 (was £45).

The Twinings Sale 

> Amazing savings on all things “tea”. Particularly good savings on multipacks, and their “Cold Infusion” products (fruit infusions for your cold water bottle) – half-price starter packs; kids Cold Infuse just £1 each (instead of the usual £3.79).

Ends: 30/6/2020 (ongoing)

The Waterstones Clearance Sale 

> Books from as little as £0.50 (plus free delivery on all orders over £20).

Ends: 30/6/2020 (ongoing)

Waterstones Paperback Paradise 

> Save up to 20% on selected paperback books (plus free delivery on all orders over £20).

Ends: 30/6/2020 (ongoing)

Refer A Friend to The Body Shop

> And you BOTH receive a £10 discount on purchases of at least £35 (plus FREE delivery).

Ends: 30/6/2020 (ongoing)

If you know of a current sale or special offer which is not listed here, please let me know here.

Retailers. This is a COMPLETELY free way for you to promote your Sales and special offers. If you feel that being included here is of value to your business, please also make a suitable donation. Bonus: all donors are listed here and on the Kiltwalk fundraising page, so this is great PR/advertising too.

So why do I fundraise via the Kiltwalk?

The Kiltwalk is, without doubt, one of the most-effective ways to raise money for charities (FareShare in my case).

All funds attract an additional 50% (paid by The Hunter Foundation).

So for every £20 that is donated, FareShare actually receives £30 (and even more if you also select the Gift Aid option).

The Kiltwalk is also a lot of fun!

Even in a wheelchair. I just sit back and enjoy the beautiful Scottish scenery while Sonja does all of the pushing.

And although the events are held in Scotland, I am raising funds for a UK-wide charity: