Scott Glynn


Teenage Cancer Trust
Teenage Cancer Trust is the only UK charity dedicated to improving the quality of life and chances of survival for the six young people aged between 13 and 24 diagnosed with cancer every day. We build specialist units within NHS hospitals bringing young people together to be treated by teenage cancer experts in a place designed just for them. We want every young person with cancer to have access to this specialist support, no matter where they live. Traditionally treated alongside children or elderly patients at the end of their lives, young people can feel extremely isolated during treatment, some never meeting another young person with cancer. Being treated alongside others their own age can make a huge difference to their whole experience. Teenage Cancer Trust also educates young people and health professionals about cancer to ensure a swift diagnosis and referral to specialist support. Cancer in young people is rare but we want young people to know the common signs and symptoms so they can seek medical advice if they are worried. We rely solely on donations to fund our vital work. You can help transform the lives of young people with cancer. Visit to find out how.
Cahonas Scotland
Cahonas Scotland exist to increase the availability of and facilitate access to information and support services geared to the needs of men experiencing cancer and life limiting disease. To advance education of the public in matters relating to male cancers and to undertake where necessary the prevention of discrimination and stigma arising from diagnosis and the cancer experience.
Scottish Association for Mental Health
SAMH is Scotland’s leading mental health charity. In Scotland 1 in 4 people will experience a mental health problem and each day 2 people die by suicide. We work to combat stigma and campaign for better mental health. Help us take positive steps towards a mentally healthy Scotland -
The Bill McLaren Foundation
The Bill McLaren Foundation has been set up to: To develop and promote the sport of rugby union and its values To encourage and provide sporting opportunities for young people To create an educative centre which will include the Bill McLaren Archive Bill McLaren was a man who represented all that is best about rugby union. He was known as “The Voice of Rugby” not just because of the beauty of his tone and the delight of his imaginative phrasing, but because he portrayed our game as we would always wish it to be. The Charitable Foundation has been set up to raise funds to support the development of rugby and its values and also to recognise the contribution Bill Mclaren made to rugby through education and the development of an interpretative centre including Bills extensive archive including his big sheets.


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Scott Glynn, Blair Glynn, Kari-Ann Reynolds, scott thomson, Lesley Graham, stuart pearson, Morven Walker, Grant Menzies, Zoe Munro, Andy Robertson, colin clydesdale, Hazel Easton, Gavin Wilson, Robert Cunningham, Sheila Russell, Colin McIndoe, Derek Stevenson, Karen Kidd, Gareth Glynn, Suzanne Walker, Colin Pow, Stuart Thomson, Jonathan McPhee, Krysty Steele, Pauline Torley, Scott Russell, Scott Gilliland

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Hey Folks thanks for visiting our page We really appreciate all your support and thank you for any donations.

After the success of last year we have decided to punish ourselves again on the 3rd and 4th May..

Once again we are  walking 57 miles and playing 6 games of rugby in just 2 Days for some wonderful charities.........       The Charities are 


 TEENAGE CANCER TRUST -SCOTLAND..( all money raised will stay in Scotland).


SAMH (Scottish association of Mental Health)

People have asked me if they think we will break our money target from last year ....To tell tou the truth .I dont think that really is an important question ..the non financial results from last years efforts were just as amazing well as East Lothian being together for one weekend ,the 6 rugby clubs being involved as one ,The awareness of the charities involved was awesome ..

So if you want to come and join us COME ON !! it will be great to see you ....Remeber you can walk for any chariy you want as long as you give at least 10% of your total to THE POT

Big Scott

Recent donors

14.04.14 Best of luck with it to everybody.

13.04.14 Good luck Jonny. Hope your feet survive better this year!

13.04.14 Good luck to you Sheila, Suzanne and Morven!

11.04.14 Hope your feet can take it

10.04.14 Good Luck! X

09.04.14 good luck Krysty!

09.04.14 Good Luck Sheila x

09.04.14 Good luck Krysty. Hope you've booked the day off work on the Monday !!! xx

09.04.14 Good luck Krysty and Scott - and all the other Walkers - what a great event with great Charities!! Lots of Love Mum xx

07.04.14 Good luck Krysty and Scott. Great causes

07.04.14 i hope the roads can take the weight

07.04.14 Good Luck to all taking are all Stars...Well Done Evelyn Brian Laura & Danny

07.04.14 Good luck! X

06.04.14 Go Hazel! Well done to you all. Love from the Mainds x

05.04.14 Good luck Gavin

04.04.14 Good luck everyone! I'll be there to provide help when needed! Look after my dad!

04.04.14 The very best of luck to you all

03.04.14 Good luck Hazel. You can do it. Kat and Lewis

03.04.14 Good luck Hazel

03.04.14 Good luck to you all and WELL DONE ... a truly admirable feat

01.04.14 Good Luck

29.03.14 Good luck kari ann

29.03.14 Hope everybody makes it home safe and everybody makes there goals

29.03.14 All the best to everyone! All great causes :-)

27.03.14 Good luck, Uncle Jonny! Have fun!


Running total

Total raised incl. Gift Aid:
Total donors:
Biggest donor:
Bob Thorne
Last donor:
Paul Burnett.
Offline fundraising:
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