The Kiltwalk will be making its live return in Glasgow on Sunday September 26th 2021 and once again, Sir Tom Hunter will be topping up all funds raised by an incredible 50%**
We would love it if you decide to do the Kiltwalk and help us fundraise so we can support families in West Lothian. If you sign up to walk for us and can pledge to raise at last £75 then will pay for your registration and provide a Home-Start West Lothian t-shirt.
If you would like to do the Kiltwalk 2021 for Home-Start West Lothian, please contact email@example.com or call 01506 415755
We have two walk lengths to choose from – The Mighty Stride (16.5 miles) that leaves in the morning from Glasgow Green and finishes in Meadow Leisure Centre in Dumbarton or The Wee Wander (3.5 miles) that leaves from Glasgow Green in the afternoon and finishes at the Riverside Museum. Route details outlined below. You must select your preferred start time during registration:
And some good news is that thanks to Headline Sponsor, Arnold Clark, everyone signed up is in with the chance to win a new Hyundai i20! Find out more.
PLEASE NOTE: In line with Scottish Government guidelines there is made a number of significant event changes and all Kiltwalkers will be asked to adhere to COVID procedures when participating in the event. All event plans and procedures are subject to change so please keep checking the Kiltwalk social media channels/emails for updates.
We understand these changes are not what we’re used to, but we ask you to please come and join us on this journey, raising much needed funds to help families in West Lothian. Thank you.
WHAT TO EXPECT:
Arrive and go – You will be given a time to arrive, join a queue and commence your walk shortly after. There will be no warm up programme at the start.
Limited spaces available- Numbers may be restricted to adhere to Government guidance and maximise your safety on the day. We encourage you to sign up now to avoid disappointment.
No gathering – There are altered arrangements on the day to ensure that you and your group can stay socially distanced from others. To ensure this, concession stalls at the start and finish line venues have been removed
No spectators – To ensure as many Kiltwalkers can participate as possible on the day, they are unable to accommodate spectators.
Mask wearing – Masks are to be worn at all major Kiltwalk venues such as the start site, Pit Stops and upon entry to the end site.
Track and Trace – It will be compulsory to scan the NHS track and trace QR code upon entry to your start venue.
Please keep checking back for updates but until then thank you for supporting us and together we will havea brilliant Kiltwalk on Sunday 26 September.
*Subject to latest Government restrictions and guidelines.
**The 50% fundraising top up limit for this current year 1st January 2021 to 31st December 2021 is £5000 per walker or donor. This is a cumulative limit for all Kiltwalk events in the above period. All fundraising top ups are subject to deadlines and Trustee approval.