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Midnight Walk in Glasgow for charity

Written by Fiona April 13 2010

It’ll be pretty. It’ll be great for your health. And it’ll help raise much needed funds for a very worthwhile charity. The Midnight Walk on Saturday May 15th takes place in Glasgow in aid of The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice.

Glasgow’s first ever Midnight Walk, sponsored by Slumdog Bar & Kitchen and supported by Glasgow City Council and SECC Glasgow, will see hundreds of fundraisers taking a midnight stroll under a sky of stars. There are two distances, a 5k or 10k, which head along the Clydeside and cross six of Glasgow’s famous bridges. Both distances start and finish at the SECC Glasgow and follow a well-lit and safe route.

Going the extra mile for Glasgow’s Hospice: Fundraisers will be walking as individuals or alongside friends, family or work colleagues. Everyone will be walking to raise much-needed funds for The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice, a special place that offers care and support to people and families coping with life-threatening illnesses. The sponsorship money that you raise by taking part in the Glasgow Midnight Walk challenge will enable the Hospice to help terminally-ill patients face their own personal challenges and make the most of the time they have remaining.

To enter the event see here

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