The captain of the Scottish women’s football team has urged members of the public to swap their football kits for kilts ahead of the upcoming Royal Bank of Scotland Edinburgh Kiltwalk.
Rachel Corsie, the defender who led her national team to its first World Cup finals this summer in France, filmed a message of support ahead of the event on September 15.
She said: “Congratulations to everyone who has participated in the Kiltwalk so far this year.
“Great job. There’s one last event left in Edinburgh on 15 September – please sign up and raise money for a charity of your choice.”
Kiltwalk has already seen more than 20,000 walkers participate in the Glasgow, Aberdeen and Dundee events earlier this year and is hoping to raise more than last year’s total of £5million for charities across the country, including the 40% boost from The Hunter Foundation.
Rachel added: “Very generously The Hunter Foundation has agreed to increase whatever you raise by 40%. Get out there, encourage each other, support, donate, walk – do it all!”
For more information about the Kiltwalk, or to register, visit www.thekiltwalk.co.uk
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