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Posted: 13-09-2016

Recovery Walk Saturday 17th September 2016

*******THERE WILL BE NO CATERING AVAILABLE AT THE EVENT THEREFORE ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST TAKE A PACKED LUNCH*******

There will be free tea/coffee provided by the Salvation Army at the Kelpies and a free bottle of water provided on your entry to Callendar Park

 

The event programme can be found here.  The event commences at The Kelpies Helix Park with the "Roses Ceremony" remembering those who we have lost either to drug related deaths or within the recovery community as a whole.  The event finishes at the Recovery Festival in Callendar Park.  The map of the Recovery Festival/Village can be found here.

Travel Arrangements

As the walk starts and finishes at different locations this needs to be factored in to your travel arrangments and there is limited parking available therefore best to use public transport if not attending on pre arranged coaches from your destination.  Information on what transport to get is available here.  

Whats in Scottish Families Marquee?

Visitor Book

 

 

 

We would like every participant who takes part in this years walk to come and leave a "mention" in our visitors book.  Even if you are bringing the dog - paw prints are welcome!

 

 

Memorial Book

 

 

 

If you have lost someone and you would like to leave a memorial message to them in our memory book please stop by the marquee and write in our book

 

 

Photo Booth Fun

Come along and try the silly props and have some fun getting your picture taken by Alec Kirkham Photography.  You will get a copy to take away with you as a souvenir and its FREE

 

 

Face Painter

 

 

Adults are always a sucker for a good face painter. This year we have the talented Louisa Kane painting the faces. Please bring yourself, your children and your friends to get a wee something on your face ready when the dancing starts!

 

 

Our team would love to see you all on the day, have some fun, great banter, celebrating recovery and the support that families provide to so many.