Kiltwalk 2022

Plus, find out how you could win a Renault Clio!

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The Kiltwalk is back for 2022!

After a tough few years, we’re delighted to let you know that the Kiltwalk is back and bigger than ever in 2022 with four events taking place across Scotland!

Grab your walking boots because Kiltwalk are offering more opportunities than ever to fundraise for your chosen charities.

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Kiltwalk events

Kiltwalk at Glasgow
Kiltwalk at Glasgow
Kiltwalk at Glasgow


24thApril 2022

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29thMay 2022

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21stAugust 2022

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Win a brand-new car!

Fancy winning a brand-new Renault Clio? All you need to do is sign up and raise money for your chosen charity at one of the following Kiltwalks – Glasgow Kiltwalk, Aberdeen Kiltwalk, Dundee Kiltwalk and Edinburgh Kiltwalk.

Terms and conditions apply. White Renault Clio

2021 saw the return of the Kiltwalk’s in-person event…

Kiltwalkers had their biggest year to date, raising a record breaking £8.4 million for 1,270 Scottish charities.

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2021 Kiltwalk Arnold Clark Employee Handing Out Sunglasses

Our sponsorship of the Kiltwalk

Arnold Clark has proudly sponsored the Kiltwalk since 2016, and since then, employees have raised over £500,000 for their chosen charities. We plan to raise even more this year!

Employee Spotlight

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Fleet Services Business Manager Leanne Hutchison began her fundraising journey eight years ago after losing one of her best friends to cancer. She has been fundraising by taking part in events like the Great Scottish Run and the Kiltwalk.

In 2020, her team completed the full 24.5-mile Kiltwalk distance, walking from the Falkirk Wheel to The Kelpies, and making their way back through a very rainy Kirkintilloch in Glasgow.

The team raised £1373.99 for the Beatson Cancer Charity in memory of those close to them and are already setting their sights on next year’s event.

Charity Spotlight

Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (better known as CHAS) offers support to children with life-shortening conditions and their families as they face the toughest journey imaginable. This includes end-of-life care, emergency care and family respite through their hospices, CHAS at Home and hospital presence. All funds raised during the Kiltwalk go towards helping every family in Scotland who needs support, as currently CHAS can only support one in three families. Since 2016, Kiltwalkers have raised over £1 million for CHAS.

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