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Running and Cycling the Highland Cross

Running and Cycling the Highland Cross
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Highland Office Equipment local hero, Colin MacLeod has once again pulled on his fundraising legs!  Following his epic adventures across France and beyond, Colin is now taking part in the Highland Cross on 17th June.

Colin said: “It is that time of year again where I put myself through the pain of a 20 mile run through the glens and a 30 mile bike ride into Beauly for the Highland Cross with friends Colin and Garry.”

“This is a fantastic event which has raised amazing amounts of money for local charities which are particularly close to all our hearts.  So, please dig deep and help myself, Colin and Garry raise some much needed money for the local charities nominated this year.  Shopmobility Highland, Merkinch Community Centre and Caberfeidh Horizons to name but a few.  Please take the time to check out my JustGiving page.  Remember every penny counts.”

Colin Macleod


Fundraising for the Highland Cross

Caberfeidh Horizons is a social enterprise, which was set up in 2004.  They work together for the surrounding Kingussie community.  They support and raise awareness in people with learning difficulties, long term unemployment and also mental health problems.

Merkinch Community Centre is based in Inverness.  The centre was established to provide focus for the community.  They offer a range of services and facilities including sports and social activities.

Shopmobility Highland are a donation based charity.  They provide scooters, wheelchairs and escort to people with disabilities and impairments.  Shopmobility Highland are based in Inverness and Dingwall.

The Highland Cross is a 50 mile duathlon.  20 Miles on foot followed by 30 miles on bike.  The course traverses the spectacular Scottish Highlands coast to coast, west to east from Kintail though Glen Affric and Strathglass to Beauly.

The Highland Cross was established to raise funds that will benefit people from the Highlands who are disadvantaged by disability, ill health or social needs.

Highland CrossTo support Colin and his chosen charities, please visit his JustGiving page.



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