ANDREW Forrest, a service advisor with over 40 years employment with Midlothian primarily based Nissan dealership Alex F Noble & Son, together with a 10-man staff of family and friends, has lately taken half in a charity Kiltwalk, elevating over £three,000 for Prostate Scotland.
Andrew, who lives in Musselburgh, stated: “One in all Alex F Noble & Son’s prospects, Andrew Edgar, underwent a prostate operation earlier this yr and has lately been given the all-clear. I used to be actually impressed by his story and as my father additionally had the illness, I made a decision to boost a staff for the Kiltwalk to try to increase each some cash and consciousness for the nice work being carried out by the Prostate Scotland charity”.
The occasion, which completed with a celebration on the dwelling of Scottish Rugby, BT Murrayfield, was the final of this yr’s 4 Royal Financial institution of Scotland Kiltwalks and Edinburgh’s largest ever.
The walkers took on certainly one of three routes, with 1,900 of them setting off from Holyrood Park to deal with the marathon-distance Mighty Stride and an additional 1,700 having fun with the five-mile Wee Wander. Andrew’s staff, together with 1,400 different walkers, tackled the Massive Stroll which concerned a 15.5 mile trek in and round Scotland’s capital.
At first of the stroll, the staff met up with tennis coach, Judy Murray, who was additionally taking part within the Kiltwalk for her personal charity, The Judy Murray Basis and she or he was very comfortable to pose for with the blokes.
Andrew stated: “We had a very pleasant day on the Kiltwalk and delighted to have raised over £3000 for Prostate Scotland. The problems surrounding prostate well being are nonetheless not nicely sufficient identified, so we felt we should always do our bit to assist promote the wonderful work they do”.
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