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The Culloden Run

Sunday 23rd October 2022
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The Most Histroic run in Scotland

Celebrating the very best of Scottish history and scenery, the much-loved Culloden Run returns in October 2022.
Join our clan and help people with chest, heart and stroke conditions live life to the full as you battle your way round the course.
Setting off from the NTS Culloden Battlefield Visitor Centre, you’ll be able to enjoy stunning Highland scenery as you tackle one of two routes:

  • The Culloden Run 17.46k is a testing challenge over a 10.83 mile route which passes through stunning scenery and by historic landmarks including Culloden Battlefield, Clava Cairns, River Nairn and the awesome River Nairn Viaduct.
  • The Culloden 10k is an exciting, fast, mostly flat route which passes around the quiet perimeter roads of Culloden Battlefield, rewarding runners with beautiful panoramic views of the Highland hills.

Suitable for runners and joggers of all abilities, it’s time to follow in the footsteps of the Jacobite rebels and take on the most historic run in Scotland!
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What it involves

Fancy taking part? Register now for just £25 and choose whether you want to tackle the Culloden Run 17.46k or the Culloden 10k.
You’ll receive a digital fundraising pack to help you get ready for the event, as well as a special medal and goody bag on race day.
You can also support Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland by raising optional sponsorships or making a donation. You’ll receive a sponsorship form in your pack – if you need any help to kickstart your fundraising, we’re here to help!
All proceeds from the run go to Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland, making sure people across Scotland get the vital support they need when they return home from hospital.
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Why it matters

By taking part in the Culloden Run, you’ll be helping to change the lives of people across Scotland.
Chest, heart and stroke conditions account for 40% of all adult deaths in Scotland. More people than ever before are living with chest, heart or stroke conditions.
And since the pandemic, the people we help have included those suffering the effects of Long Covid.

Just ask Troy

Last year, Troy, 53 from East Lothian suffered a stroke leading to the ‘darkest time of his life.’
He is grateful for the support provided by Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland.
“I have never felt more scared and alone than when I had a stroke.
“But life changed for me when I got help from Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland.
“The team at this amazing charity rescued me and my family from the darkest time in our lives.”

The 17.46K

Fastest Male Overall Graham Bee
60.41 (2019
Fastest Male Veteran Jonny McLeod
65.45 (2017)
Fastest Male Super Veteran Peter Mountain
70.11 (2013)
Fastest Male Vintage Sandy Haste
77.27 (2018)
Fastest Female Overall Sarah Leaky
71.21 (2017)
Fastest Female Veteran Maria de la Torre
77.09 (2018)
Fastest Female Super Veteran Carolyne McLeod
71.47 (2015)
Fastest Female Vintage Elisabeth Smart
98.33 (2018)

The 10K

Fastest Male Overall Donald McDonald
32.17 (2017)
Fastest Male Veteran Donnie MacDonald 32.51 (2018)
Fastest Male Super Veteran Stan MacKenzie 34.22 (2013)
Fastest Male Vintage Alex Sutherland 41.44 (2019)
Fastest Female Overall Mary MacIntosh 39.00 (2015)
Fastest Female Veteran Marie Baxter 40.05 (2013)
Fastest Female Super Veteran Anne Howie 44.00 (2013)
Fastest Female Vintage Liz Gray 52.49 (2017)

Get in touch

If you have any questions or need any support to make your fantastic fundraising ideas really fly, we’re here to help!

Contact Jen Lindsay – 01463 515 136 – jen.lindsay@chss.org.uk

Or send a message directly using this form

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