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Hampden to Loch Lomond

Sunday April 10th 2011


Once again supporters, family and friends to joined TACC for a fantastic day out.


In the blazing sunshine, 400 people set off from Hampden accompanied by kilted Scotland manager Craig Levein and his fellow TACC patron, Cat Harvey and her Real Radio team


Along the way wakers were piped by the Caledonian Brewery Pipe Band, fed and watered by the Scottish FA, and entertained by the Strathleven Artisans (dressed as Robert the Bruce and his medieval chums)!


26 mile later they were welcomed over the finishing line at the Loch Lomond Shores complex at Balloch, to the appause of hundreds of onlookers and the Real Radio stage (with Ewen Cameron, Ted Christopher and Davy Holt). Cafe Zest (Jenners) provided a plate of stovies, the Kilted Skirlie Bar provided the beer (and a £500 donation).


And once again the heroes of the day were the St Andrews ambulance crew!


Read the Kiltwalk page on the Real Radio website.


This year's partner charity is CHAS, who will receive 10% of the proceeds.



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This year's partner charity is CHAS, who will receive 10% of the proceeds.



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Scotland Manager Craig Levein dropped into Robin House Children’s Hospice in Balloch to officially launch the 2nd TACC Kiltwalk charity fundraiser which took place on 10 April 2011.


The Kiltwalk organised by the Tartan Army Children’s Charity (TACC) raised over £100,000 both 2010 and the 2011 event repeated that success.


The Children’s Hospice Association Scotland (CHAS) which runs Scotland’s two children’s hospices, Rachel House in Kinross and Robin House in Balloch, is the charity partner for the 2011 event and received ten per cent of all the proceeds raised from the walk.


The Kiltwalk is a 26 mile sponsored walk leaving from the pitch at Hampden Park, to Balloch on the shores of Loch Lomond, where Robin House Children’s Hospice is based.



Craig Levein said:

“It is a pleasure to launch the second annual Kiltwalk organised by the Tartan Army Children’s Charity which I am sure will be another huge success. I want to encourage everyone to get involved, dust off their kilts and sign up for this excellent event on 10 April 2011 that will benefit CHAS and a number of other children’s charities both in Scotland and overseas.”



Carey McEvoy, from TACC said:

“This year the Kiltwalk is going to be bigger and better than before. With Real Radio supporting the event, Craig Levein’s backing and CHAS as our charity partner, we are on track to raise a fantastic amount of money while getting some exercise and having lots of fun at the same time.”


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