Sunday Stroll at Pitfour Lake

Relay For Life Peterhead Committee Sunday Stroll

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Lorraine Coleman

Total raised


+ £43.50 Gift Aid


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Venue - The beautiful Pitfour lake near Mintlaw

Date and time - Sunday 26th of May at 2pm starting at The Boathouse

Distance - 1 mile (once around the lake)
1.5 miles (round the sunken garden and lake)
or 3 miles(twice round)

Donations - Adults £5 and Children £2

There will be a fine piece and refreshments for you at the Boathouse.

Please come and join us!

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Latest updates


Audrey Reid Derek Michie



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Hope the rain stays away


Pat Grady



+£3.50 Gift Aid

Looking forward to a nice stroll. Pat, Scott, Callum & Lachlan


Louise Cook



+£2.50 Gift Aid

John and Maureen Will friends of Louise and Alistair looking forward to joining everyone on the Pitfour Lake Sunday Stroll.


Rachael Murison



+£0.50 Gift Aid

For Ava-Leigh plaice on Sunday


Gary Rennie



+£8.50 Gift Aid

Fiona , Jackie Sandy Gary and Keith and Lynne, Kyle and Kobi looking forward to it see you Sunday 26th


Jamie Deans



+£2.50 Gift Aid

Total raised£174.00



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