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THE “LOOK ABOOT YE CHALLENGE” Saturday 27th April 2019

Look Aboot Ye is of course, the motto of Clackmannanshire and the Rotary Club of Alloa is offering local community groups a terrific opportunity to raise funds for themselves under the Look Aboot Ye banner.  The challenge is both a quiz and a flat and accessible 6 mile walk.  All the money that participants raise in sponsorship they keep for their own good cause.  As a service to their local community Rotary have arranged everything for the challenge – all you need to do is get a sponsor form, get some sponsors and turn up at Hillfoots Rugby Club between 10 and 11 on Saturday 27th April.

Rotary President, Alistair Spowage said: “When we ran this event two years ago we had a wide range of participants, grannies and grandpas, Brownies and football teams and of course primary schools.  The Look Aboot Ye Challenge is designed to be accessible to just about anybody. You make your way from the start in Tillicoultry along the Devon Way to Dollar and back.  Along the way there are fun questions to answer which keeps the journey interesting.  It is suitable for buggies, bikes, scooters, wheelchairs and of course feet!”

There is a free (donations welcome) barbecue back at Hillfoots Rugby Club at the end of the event and pictured here are some of the Rotary team waiting to greet you. Rotary will also have stewards along the way.

Rotarian in charge, Geoff Storer wants to hear from you so he can send you full details and your sponsor forms.  Contact Geoff at as soon as possible so you have plenty time to gather sponsors for your club or charity.

Further information: Lindsey Spowage 07765 638687

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