This weekend saw us event directing the Yorkhill Children’s Charity Walk in Glasgow. With 660 people registered and more signing up on the day this was our largest event to date. And unlike pretty much every other event we’ve done this year the weather was in our favour for once. The event village with it’s stages, stalls, food vans and bouncy inflatables basked in glorious sunshine from 0800 hours when the first walkers arrived for registration until packing up time at the end of the afternoon.
The excellent staff and volunteers from Yorkhill worked well together to make this a cracking day out for all the family. The route which started at Elder Park, Govan took in the new Royal Hospital for Children, the Squinty Bridge, past the towering Finnieston Crane and on to the Hydro and SECC before re-crossing the river at the Science Centre and BBC building on the way back to the park. We had our oldest competitor to date at 89 years old and our youngest at just over a couple of months old. A big well done to everyone who took part and raised a tonne of cash for Yorkhill.
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