• Date
  • Location Glasgow, Aberdeen, Dundee or Edinburgh
  • Distance Various
  • Website thekiltwalk.co.uk

To find out more and register your interest, click the link below.


Kilt Walk

Do you live in Scotland and would like to take part in a local event? Or do you want to visit Scotland and see some beautiful sights? Either way, the Kilt Walk is a magnificent event to take part in! With various locations and distances, you are bound to find one that fits your needs, or why not set a mega challenge and complete all four! When you take part in an event in support of Pumping Marvellous, you are investing in the well-being of people living with heart failure, their carers and families.


What you can expect

  • Our fundraising guide with tips on how to raise funds
  • A goodie bag that includes a t-shirt and water bottle
  • Support and advice from the Pumping Marvellous HQ

How can I join the Pumping Marvellous team?

To take part in this event in support of us, you will have to buy your own place through the website linked above. When you do this, you will be able to select our charity and we will be informed of your sign-up by the organisers. You will receive the same support and goodie bag from us as you would if you signed up for an event with a charity place from us.

What if I already have a place?

If you already have your own place for the event and would like to join the Pumping Marvellous team, you can! Simply fill out this form to let us know you are walking in support of us.

What support will I receive from Pumping Marvellous?

Once we have confirmed your place, we will keep in touch with you in the lead-up to the event. A few weeks before the event we will send you a goodie bag. Inside you will find:

  • A guide to fundraising for Pumping Marvellous
  • T-shirt (dry fit tee or vest)
  • Water bottle

We are here to support you, if you have any questions or concerns please contact us.


Join the Pumping Marvellous Team today!

Register here


Quotes from Our Previous Marvellous Fundraisers

“Fundraising for Pumping Marvellous is great. The charity really helps to raise exposure of your fundraising efforts. The lead up to my first fundraising event was daunting but made all the easier because of the support given by Pumping Marvellous. From a personalised fundraising kit to use when promoting my event, to a Pumping Marvellous sports kit to wear on the day, the team at PM couldn’t have been more supportive.”

– Rich

“I ran the Manchester Half-Marathon on 15th October 2017 and raised £235.25 for Pumping Marvellous. It was an exhilarating experience to spread awareness of heart failure and this charity whilst raising funds prior to the run. I received great support from the Pumping Marvellous team via email and social media, such as Facebook Pumping Marvellous Team Page.”

– Rajiv

“My name is Laura and I am a staff nurse on a Cardiology ward. Throughout my 9 years experience of working on the ward, I have seen the impact that heart failure can have on a person’s life and those around them, not just physically but mentally. So being able to run for a charity which supports people with a diagnosis of heart failure is a privilege.”

– Laura

“Working hand in hand with The Pumping Marvellous Foundation has been an absolute joy. They have matched my enthusiasm for fundraising every step of the way, going above and beyond what I’ve experienced before with other charitable organisations I’ve worked with. I was so proud to raise over £10,000 for this marvellous charity. I really can’t wait to get my teeth into another challenge fundraising for PM.”

– Paul

“I ran the Edinburgh Meadows 5k in March 2017, with family and friends cheering me on along the route – including my then 3-year-old daughter who was definitely my biggest fan! I completed the course in under 30 minutes, and was so pleased to end up raising £480! Pumping Marvellous were a fantastic support in the lead up to the event. They sent me a running t-shirt and vest, and stayed in regular touch with messages of support and encouragement before and after the event. Plenty of people who saw me running in my PM vest, and through my Facebook updates wanted to know more about the charity and I was only too happy to tell them more. I was extremely proud to run for them.”

– Emily

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