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Closed 27/09/2022

raised of £5,000 target by 112 supporters

    Weʼve raised £3,645 to help support these three charities, MND Scotland, The Firefighters Charity and The Eilidh MacLeod Memorial Trust

    Funded on Tuesday, 27th September 2022

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    Thank you for taking the time to visit our page. We are two firefighters from Oban, Dougie Black and Jamie Watson. We have decided to set ourselves the challenge of walking The Hebridean Way, 185 miles over 10 days.

    The Challenge:

    The Hebridean Way is 185 miles along the length of the Outer Hebrides, from Vatersay in the south to Stornoway in the north. The route crosses 10 islands, linked by 6 causeways and 2 ferries. We will be crossing a variety of different terrains, passing over rugged hills, across beaches and seemingly empty moorland.

    The Charities:

    MND (Motor Neurone Disease) Scotland: Sadly in 2020, Dougie's cousin, Brian MacDonald, a firefighter in Glasgow, lost his fight with MND aged 43, so this charity is one close to Dougie's heart

    MND is a rapidly progressing terminal illness, which stops signals from the brain reaching the muscles. MND Scotland is the leading charity in Scotland providing care and support to people affected by MND, as well as research into finding a cure.

    The Firefighters Charity: With both of us being firefighters, this charity means a great deal to us as many of our colleagues have received support from them. The Firefighters Charity provides lifelong support for the mental, physical and social needs of all serving and retired members of the UK's fire family whatever their role in the service, also providing support for spouses and dependents. The Firefighters Charity .

    The Eilidh MacLeod Memorial Trust: Eilidh MacLeod was 14 years old from the Isle of Barra and was tragically killed as a result of the Manchester Arena Bombing Attack on 22nd May 2017. This charity was set up to advance the musical education for children and young people within rural areas, working with small charities, educational bodies and community groups across the UK.

    We will keep everyone updated on social media of our progress. We would very much appreciate any support in trying to reach our target. Many thanks Dougie & Jamie.



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      • Stu Allen

        Stu Allen

        Sep 17, 2022

        Sterling effort guys, Worth cause💙


      • Adam


        Sep 9, 2022

        Good job lads


      • Mikey and P

        Mikey and P

        Sep 7, 2022

        Well done boys, amazing effort!


      • Stuart Carmichael

        Stuart Carmichael

        Sep 5, 2022

        Well done guys! Great effort and great causes! 😊👍


      • Anonymous


        Aug 30, 2022


      • David MacInnes

        David MacInnes

        Aug 30, 2022

        Well done guys!


      • Annie doll

        Annie doll

        Aug 30, 2022

        Well done 👏


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