Walk for Parkinson's - Loch Leven 2018
Join us for our Walk for Parkinson's at beautiful Loch Leven.
2018 event details
- Start and finish: Loch Leven's Larder
- Minimum sponsorship: £50 suggested
- Registration fee: £10 for adults and £5 for under 16s
- Registration opens: 10am
- Start time: 11am
- Route: 2 miles and 6 miles
Join us at Loch Leven to experience the natural, historic and cultural heritage in the heart of Scotland. Choose from a gentle 2 mile walk down to Loch Leven to experience this area of exceptional wildlife or a 6 mile walk where views open up towards the West Lomond and Bishop Hill.
What you'll receive
Take part in a Walk for Parkinson’s in 2018 and help raise vital funds for people affected by Parkinson’s. Every step will take us closer to a cure.
All our walkers will receive the best support from us, including:
- A Walk for Parkinson's T-shirt
- Fundraising advice, including a fundraising pack
- Support with your training
- A finisher's medal
Dogs: are welcome but we ask that you are responsible and ensure that you clean up after your dog during the walk and keep your dog on a lead
Toilets: Situated in Loch Leven's Larder
Car park: is available at Loch Leven's Larder
Refreshments: there is a cafe at Loch Leven's Larder that serves a variety of hot and cold food and drinks
Walk packs: which include your walk T-shirt, walk number and the on-the-day information guide will be sent out 2 weeks prior to the walk.
Registration: please note registration closes 1 week prior to the event. On the day registration will be available but will be cash only and will cost £15 for adults and £7.50 for under 16s. Please note registration opens 1 hour prior to the walk so please leave plenty of time to sign in before the walk starts
If you have any questions regarding this walk please phone 0344 225 9857 or email email@example.com
Create your fundraising page
Make a fundraising page with JustGiving, then share it with friends and family. The money you raise will help us find a cure and improve life for everyone affected by Parkinson's.