|1st October 2020|
|Start Time: 6pm|
4 Stadium Way, Falkirk FK2 9EE
|£12 adults £6 under 16's|
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Walk for Parkinson's - Kelpies is back for its second year.
After the success of last years Walk for Parkinson's at the Kelpies we are delighted that it is taking place again for 2020. Join us for an amazing night time walk and see the spectacular Kelpies lit up blue for Parkinson's UK.
Choose to walk 1 or 5 miles and know when you take part in Walk for Parkinson's, you're walking for breakthroughs in Parkinson's research. Research that can change the life of your family, friends, colleagues and community.
Registration now open - parkinsons.org.uk/walkkelpies
Every step you take brings us closer to a cure.
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