Walking for Scotland's children

Walking for Scotland

Team Abbeyford joined an army of 6,000 walkers last Sunday to complete the epic 23 mile KiltWalk challenge from Glasgow's SECC all the way to the bonny banks of Loch Lomond. The team encountered scores of blisters, muscle cramps and bouts of light headiness - but none were as reportedly painful as Scott's terrible jokes (pictured above middle).

All money raised goes to the KiltWalk and helps Scotland's children across leading charities such as Children's Hospice Association Scotland (CHAS), Yorkhill Hospital, Tartan Army Children's Charity (TACC) and many more.

The team need just a few more donations to reach their fundraising target. If you would like to donate, please click here.

The 23 mile KiltWalk in pictures

Team Abbeyford Kiltwalk 14 miles completed, 19 miles to go...

Team Abbeyford KiltWalk 2... but the team take it all in their stride.

Team Abbeyford Kiltwalk 3Erm - I think we've taken a wrong turn and every else has followed!

Team Abbeyford KiltWalk 4Back on track with the Finish Line in sight.

Team Abbeyford KiltWalk 6

23 miles and still standing (and smiling).