Scottish welly walk 2016

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wee-girl-umbrellaGet ready to pull on your wellies, raise your umbrella and splash for CBIT!

We’re inviting all our supporters to join us for a 2 mile long sponsored walk in aid of the Child Brain Injury Trust this October in Strathclyde Country Park!

As well as being for a great cause, this promises to be a great day out. Thanks to our sponsors – J S Parker and Neural Pathways – we’ll have hot drinks and snacks inside after the walk and kids’ entertainment from Animal Man’s Mini Zoo and his furry, scaly, feathered friends!

This is a free event but we ask each family to aim to raise at least £25. By getting sponsored to take part, you will be raising vital funds for our Scottish Child and Family Support Project, making sure we can keep supporting Scottish families coping with life after a child’s brain is suddenly injured.

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The walk and venue are fully accessible and there is ample parking by the Watersports Centre (where lunch can be purchased in the café beforehand if you wish).We’re opening this event to all our supporters this year and really hope to make a big splash by raising lots of money – hope to see you there!

You can download a sponsorship form here to get you started with fundraising but please note you MUST register to take part and attend. Please contact Fundraising Officer Claire Murray on 0131 475 2598 or via clairemurray@cbituk.org to confirm your spaces.

We’re inviting all of our supporters to take part this year so please spread the word by sharing our poster and inviting your friends on Facebook too!

When: Sunday 23rd October from 12.00pm (walk begins at 12.30)
Where: Riverside Rooms (the port-a-cabin in the Watersports Centre car park), Strathclyde Country Park, 366 Hamilton Road Motherwell, ML1 3ED
Cost: There is no cost attend but you are asked to raise at least £25 in sponsorship. Please bring all the money you’ve raised so far with you on the day. Claire Murray is available to help you get started with your fundraising so drop her a line!

Huge thanks to our event sponsors for their support:

JS Parker

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