On Saturday, May 16, a team of 30 keen walkers took part in a guided, sponsored walk from Loch Muick, via Glen Gelder to Invercauld Bridge.
The group took on the challenge to raise money for the work of CHILDREN 1ST in Scotland. For 130 years as the RSSPCC and now as CHILDREN 1ST, the charity have been putting Scotland’s children first. The organisation works to ensure every child and young person in Scotland has happy, healthy, safe and secure childhood.
The Royal Deeside event was sponsored by Bert McIntosh of McIntosh Plant Hire (Aberdeen) Limited and the transport was sponsored by Braemar Mountain Sports, Hilltrek Outdoor Clothing andMountain Equipment. Sheridan’s Butcher Ballater.
The group of 30 walkers was made up of teams from CHILDREN 1ST, McIntosh Plant Hire; Aboyne Medical Practice; Sally Cooper & Friends; Gilly Davie & Friends.
Professional walk guide Alan Melrose led the team to Invercauld Bridge.
To sponsor the walkers visit www.justgiving.com/Sally-Cooper7.