Blairgowrie Advertiser

Callum’s Kiltwalk effort for club


An Alyth lad is raising funds for Perth Eagles Wheelchair Sports Club by taking part in the Kiltwalk in Dundee this weekend.

Callum Boath, whose parents Steven and Ashleigh run the Café in the Square in the east Perthshire town, is a member of the Perth Eagles Wheelchair Sports Club and decided he wanted to raise money to give something back to the club.

He has already smashed his initial target of raising £500 thanks to generous donations from friends and supporters, and all money raised on the Kiltwalks is topped up by a further 50 per cent donation from Sir Tom Hunter and The Hunter Foundation.

Callum is taking on the Wee Wander from Broughty Ferry Castle to Monifieth, a distance of three miles, and will be tackling the route through a combinatio­n of walking and cycling in his recumbent cycle, accompanie­d by Steven and Ashley.

Callum’s fundraisin­g page can be found online at https://dundee.thekiltwal­k.­g/ DundeeKilt­walk2022Ca­llumBoath

 ?? ?? Wheely good effort Callum Boath from Alyth
Wheely good effort Callum Boath from Alyth

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