A record breaking 13,000 people took part


13,000 Kiltwalk Heroes raised over £3 million for their chosen charities.

More than 6,500 Kiltwalkers gathered at Glasgow Green to step out on the 23-mile Mighty Stride, 3,700 set off from Clydebank on a 15 mile Big Stroll and 2,800 completed the six-mile Wee Wander.

Judy Murray, Jackie Bird and Sean Batty were among those who donned tartan to take part in the three walks, which all finished up in the Kiltwalk Village, where the Red Hot Chilli Pipers got the party started!

It became an extra memorable day for Emily Griffiths and her partner Kevin Storrie, when Kevin chose the Kiltwalk finish line as the perfect moment to pop the big question.

The Kiltwalk Team wish Kevin and Emily all the very best!

Glasgow Kiltwalkers have raised £2.5m so far, but this will rise to £3.5m thanks to Sir Tom Hunter and The Hunter Foundation, who top up all your Kiltwalk Kindness by 40%.

Sir Tom said: “Looking over Glasgow Green, which was a sea of tartan, I felt so proud to be part of Scotland’s fastest-growing charity event.”

ALL FUNDRAISING GOES TO THE CHARITY OF YOUR CHOICE

Thank you for your Kiltwalk Kindness.

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