Dates for your diary

Challenge yourself

If you fancy taking on a challenge to raise funds for our lads ‘n’ lassies, we have a whole range of exciting sporting events for you to choose from. This year we’ve added an exciting new challenge to our events calendar – The Kiltwalk. The first Kiltwalk will be in Glasgow on 30th April, but there are walks planned all over Scotland during the year. So why not put on your kilt and raise money for our Armed Forces community. To find out more please call: 0141 338 6584, or email fundraiseforus@poppyscotland.org.uk.

Tea & Toast

Raise funds for the Armed Forces community in Scotland by hosting your own Tea & Toast event with your friends and family. It’s easy to do: all you need are some tea bags, hot water and lots of toast! Fancy a slice of the action? Our fundraising team are here to help you organise your event, so either email fundraiseforus@poppyscotland.org.uk or call 0131 550 1579.

Diary dates 2017

30th April – Glasgow Kiltwalk

28th May – Edinburgh Marathon

2nd June – Govan Fair Parade

4th June – Aberdeen Kiltwalk

17th & 18th June – Great Scottish Walk & Run

24th June – Poppyscotland Reel Mansfield Traquair, Edinburgh

24th June – We’ll be attending Armed Forces Day activities across Scotland

19th & 20th August – Galloway Country Fair

24th Sept – Poppyscotland Sportive. The Sportive is primarily in East Lothian

10th Nov – RSNO First World War Centenary Concert, Usher Hall, Edinburgh

11th Nov – RSNO First World War Centenary Concert, Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow

Special events

Poppyscotland is privileged to partner with some very special events throughout the year. You can see a few highlights on the calendar above and to find out more please visit www.poppyscotland.org.uk

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