We’ve finally made it to the end of day 3, the grand finale of the Virtual Kiltwalk in aid of Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS).
Our team have put in a mammoth effort today, and we’re thrilled to announce that we’ve exceeded our target of 900 miles, achieving a phenomenal total of 1076 miles across 3 days! That’s an average of over 21 miles per person, which is a fantastic achievement for all involved.
Our team have walked, ran and cycled virtually from Orkney to Plymouth over the course of 3 days, passing by some of our newest and most iconic projects on the way.
To help us reach our goal please visit https://glasgowkiltwalk2020.everydayhero.com/uk/team-keppie to make a donation.
We started off our third and final day at The SEE Hydro in Glasgow, passing by a huge array of our projects en route before crossing the finish line at Moxy Hotel in Plymouth. Projects passed include:
- Central Quay and Central Quay PRS, St Vincent Plaza, CitizenM, Vinicombe Street, Shepherd & Wedderburn, Brodies, Glasgow School of Art Mackintosh Building, NHS Louisa Jordan, Scottish Event Campus, SEC Hotels and BBC Scotland HQ (Glasgow)
- 16 Church Street & Dumbarton Academy (Dumbarton)
- Ayrshire College and The HALO (Kilmarnock)
- Dumfries & Galloway Royal Infirmary (Dumfries)
- Royal Blackburn Hospital (Blackburn)
- Boddingtons, The Soapworks and Tameside Hospital (Manchester)
- New Cross Hospital (Wolverhampton)
- The Upper Cricket Pavilion (Uppingham)
- The Place and Making Institute (Bexley)
- Bristol Business Park (Bristol)
- Babcock (Plymouth)
We want give a heartfelt thanks to everyone in Team Keppie and their families and friends for donating their weekend to such a fantastic and worthy cause. We especially want to thank everyone who has followed us and donated, and all at CHAS, The Kiltwalk and The Hunter Foundation for their support”.
We’ll be back next week (once we’ve rested our feet) with a rand total raised for CHAS.