Fantastic support for the Castle Crusade Run!
Gregor Miller, a Technician based in Glenrothes, has organised a charity run from Stirling Castle to Tynecastle to raise awareness of Motor Neuron Disease (MND) after losing his dad, Campbell, to the disease.
Gregor has a host of celebrities backing his event, including Scott Hastings, Grant Stott, Gary Naysmith, Kevin Kyle, and Michael Stewart, among a host of others. You can see the messages at Castle Crusade Run
So far, Gregor has raised £7,631.32 of his £10,000 target. Visit bit.ly/2PyoRyJ to help the cause, with money going towards My Name'5 Doddie foundation, MND Scotland and the Euan Macdonald Centre.
Gregor said: “The support I have received is incredible which can be seen on our Facebook page.
"I’m looking forward to running with the different celebrities at the various check points to pull me on as running alone is very lonely and the strength to keep you going mentally is enormous. I keep remembering why I’m doing the challenge and the lives that will be helped by the research funding raised.
"Please can I ask as many people to follow and share the Castle Crusade Run on all social media platforms and most of all donate to support The Doddie Weir Foundation, The Euan MacDonald Centre and MND Scotland."
Joining the Crusade for the run, are are Ryan Stevenson (Hearts FC), Colin Cameron (Hearts & Scotland), Simon Ramsden (Motherwell), Tam McManus (Hibernian), Willie Conquer (Referee) and Scott Hastings (Watsonians & Scotland Rugby Union).
Posted on 29/04/2021