Christian Aid Kayak

Adrian and Fiona kayaked the 40km from Perth to go under the Tay Bridge in Dundee for Christian Aid.

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We  started at the Friarton Bridge in Perth. It is unlike other kayaking we usually do so we have had a lot of research to do in the planning stages.  Many thanks to all who helped us, especially Perth Sailing Club.

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Members of our church and churches all over Scotland did a sponsored walk for Christian Aid OVER the Tay Bridge on Saturday 11th May 2019. We thought it would be a good challenge to kayak UNDER the Tay Bridge and under them while they were walking, raising funds for the same great cause.

To help kick off Christian Aid Week, fundraisers across Scotland will have the choice of crossing the Forth, Tay or Erskine Bridge to help support the work of Christian Aid. This year on May 11th under the banner of the ‘Bridge Cross Challenge’, people will be donning their walking shoes, wearing red and taking part in sponsored walks across three of the country’s most iconic bridges. The annual Tay Bridge Cross started over 20 years ago and it is now one of the city’s longest running sponsored walks raising thousands of pounds for Christian Aid. This year the Church of Scotland Moderator, Rt Rev Susan Brown will also be joining walkers as they cross the bridge. L-R Avril Waugh, Margaret Imlay, Linda Robertson, Muriel McCabe from Newport on Tay Church of Scotland along with 12 year old Thea Foulkes.

TBC Sheliasponsored walkers

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All the funds raised in various places go towards fighting poverty and standing up for dignity, equality and justice.

You can make a donation ot Christian Aid on their website