All Shapes And Sizes is a non-profit registered Scottish charity in Aberdeen.
Our vision is to enhance life of Adults with Learning Disabilities/Difficulties (ALD) and/or with mental health issues, by promoting social inclusion to those individuals and to raise awareness & understanding to the public. By enhancing their lives & sense of wellbeing is to become a valued member of society via inclusion in all things.
We facilitate activities of all sorts, directly to the individuals and/or within a group, such as arts & crafts, short outings, day trips, Karaoke, movies, & pampering sessions, and any other future activities within Aberdeen.
Basically, we promote fun, friendship, recreational and educational good times.
We are organising this event called "Walking the West Highland Way 2017", in order to raise awareness of what we do and for whom, and of course to raise funds to continue providing the activities to those individuals and further the charity aims. You can book yourself in via this page AND/OR donate money :)
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The 154 Km (96 miles) Route starts at Milngavie passes through Mugdock Country Park, follows the shores of Loch Lomond, passing Ben Lomond, through Glen Falloch and Strathfillan, crossing Rannoch Moor, past Buachaille Etive Mor to the head of Glencoe, climbing the Devil’s Staircase, descending to the Loch Leven before entering Lairigmor and Glen Nevis and finishes at Gordon Square in Fort William.
This page, our official site and our Facebook page will be updated many times as we are organising this event since 2016 and it will happen in August 2017, so please BOOKMARK IT, however here are some links for more info:
MANY THANKS TO OUR EVENT SPONSORS:
MANY THANKS FOR ALL YOUR SUPPORT!
What is the age limit to enter the event?
18 years old.
Is it free to enter the event?
You will need to raise a minimum of £50, for ASAS, in order to enter the event. The money will need to be transfered to ASAS before you take part in the event.
With the money raised, can I donate to other charities?
You may donate any amount of the money you have raised, to any charity you want.
What equipment shall I bring?
We recommend you the following:
- 1 tent.
- 1 sleeping bag.
- 1 camping matress (such as Thermarest).
- 1 First Aid Kit.
- Enought clothing that is light and warm, including waterproof jacket.
- Adequate pair of walking shoes, durable and waterproof.
- 1 portable camping gas cooker + a pot & cutlery.
- 1 or 2 water bottles.
Please be aware that you will have to carry your own equipment.
Where will I stay for the night?
You will have to book yourself in at each camp sites (see links below):
IF CAMP SITES ALREADY FULL, PLEASE BOOK YOURSELF IN TO THE NEAREST B&B OR HOTEL.
01/08/17 - Day 1 - 12 miles
Milngavie to Drymen
02/08/17 - Day 2 - 15 miles
Drymen to Rowardennan
03/08/17 - Day 3 - 14 miles
Rowardennan to Inverarnan
04/08/17 - Day 4 - 12 miles
Inverarnan to Tyndrum
05/08/17 - Day 5 - 9 miles
Tyndrum to Inveroran
Wild camping at Inveroran OR
06/08/17 - Day 6 - 19 miles
Inveroran to Kinlochleven
0708/17 - Day 7 - 16 miles
Kinlochleven to Fort William
08/08/17 - Day 8 - Back to Aberdeen
How are we getting to Milngavie and back to Aberdeen?
ASAS has organised a coach for transport, provided by Peace Coach.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please contact Frederick Sarran - email@example.com
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All Shapes And Sizes
ASAS is a registered charity in Scotland no. SC044560.