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Back in August/ September the Jog 4 Hampden team of Stuart, Andrew, Chris and Mark took on the epic challenge of running 300 miles over 10 days from John O'Groats to Hampden Park in Glasgow, all the while dribbling a football!! After a lot of pain (and even more laughs) the lads managed it and ended the run in style at the Scotland v Serbia game on the 8th September where they were welcomed by the Tartan Army in Hampden Park before the kick off.


So far they have raised the fantastic amount of £2,180 for the Tartan Army Children's Charity. Well done all of you! A really fantastic and courageous effort on behalf of disadvantaged children. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.


Even though their run is over the lads are still fundraising and hoping to increase the overall total, you can still sponsor them over at their just giving page J4H Just Giving A huge thanks to everyone who have sponsored/ supported them so far.


Stay tuned for a TACC Blog exclusive soon on their run straight from the horses mouths and be sure to have a look at the lads video, it's brilliant.



If you would like to raise money for TACC with a run, walk or other event please contact us we would love to hear from you.






The plan:

Led by Stuart Doyle (29), this mammoth expedition will involve running 300 miles in 10 days while dribbling a football.

Stuart and his team of 3 hardy adventurers will run 30 miles a day from John ‘O Groats to Hampden to raise funds and awareness for TACC



The motivation:

Stuart is an avid explorer who recently cycled 3000 miles from Greece to Scotland to raise money for St Columba’s hospice. He describes himself as honest, easy-going, immature, practical and tolerant and keen footballer who ply’s his trade Edinburgh Southern. Stu is a bone-fide Iron Man who pushes himself to the limit and he and his team are absolutely committed to raising as much awareness and funds for TACC as they can.  



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