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Celebrate Scotland’s great conservationist and win a John Muir Way guidebook

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21
Apr 2017

It’s John Muir’s birthday on 21 April. He’s 179! 

We are helping to celebrate the life and legacy of the pioneering conservationist, John Muir by giving away 5 guidebooks for the John Muir Way. 

The John Muir Way is a coast to coast route for everyone to enjoy – on foot, bike or horse! The route goes from Helensburgh to Dunbar, but of course you can choose to walk just a short section of it! 

How to enter

For a chance to win, just fill out this short entry form by 28 April. 



Terms and Conditions

Draw closes on 28 April 2017. We will select prize winners at random from everyone who has completed our online entry form.  Winners email addresses will be passed to the John Muir Way – this will allow them to ask for feedback from those who use the guidebook.

 

Keep Scotland Beautiful & Clean Up!

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17
Apr 2017

Environmental charity Keep Scotland Beautiful and leading UK bakery retailer Greggs have teamed up to encourage locals to take part in the Clean Up Scotland 2017 Spring Clean.

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Health Walk evaluation mentioned in Sport for Change report

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11
Apr 2017

Walking for Health project Step It Up Highland is mentioned in The Robertson Trust's report about Sport for Change for their successful evaluation on the difference walking makes to the physical, mental and social health of their walkers.

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£15,000 boost for our Dementia Friendly Walking project

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11
Apr 2017

Our Dementia Friendly Walking project has received a £15,000 funding boost from the William Grant Foundation, working in partnership with the Life Changes Trust.

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Keeping paths accessible and attractive in Barrmill

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10
Apr 2017

Fiona Fisher is a volunteer with Barrmill and District Community Association in North Ayrshire. By fixing a slippery boardwalk a closed path was available once again for the community to use.

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