16 August 2020



Due to the current situation and Government guidance on social distancing and large-scale events, Kiltwalk have taken the difficult decision to cancel the Dundee event. I

n true Kiltwalk style they have created a way for you to still fundraise by taking part in a virtual Kiltwalk on 3-5 July. You can find out more about how to get involved on their website.

We’re so grateful for your continued support and wanted to thank you for your understanding and patience.

If you have any questions at all please contact events@breastcancernow.org.

About the event

After an unforgettable Kiltwalk in Dundee and St Andrews last year, we're looking forward to heading back to the City of Discovery in 2020. 

Setting off from the stunning and world famous surroundings of the St Andrews Old Course and taking in some iconic sites on the way, this route was one of our favourite ever Kiltwalks and we can’t wait to do it all over again!

All three usual Kiltwalk distances will return in 2019. You can choose from a Mighty Stride (approx. 26 miles), a Big Stroll (approx. 13 miles) or the Wee Wander (approx. 6 miles).

Support Breast Cancer Now Scotland by taking part in a Kiltwalk this summer. Every penny you raise is topped up with an amazing 40% bonus from The Hunter Foundation, so join Team Now and you’ll be helping to create a future where everyone who develops breast cancer lives – and is supported to live well. 

» Can't make the Dundee event? Sign up for the Kiltwalk in Aberdeen, Edinburgh or Glasgow instead.

We'll support you

How we’ll support you

When you support Breast Cancer Now at the Kiltwalk, you’ll receive:

  • a cotton Breast Cancer Now t-shirt
  • a welcome pack full of fundraising and training advice
  • a training plan and top tips
  • fundraising support and advice from a dedicated member of our challenges team
  • regular newsletters and emails to keep you updated
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Any questions?

If you have any questions about this or any other event, email us at scotlandevents@breastcancernow.org or call 0345 077 1892