The Resolis Racers complete the Edinburgh Kiltwalk for Cancer Research UK

The Resolis Racers complete the Edinburgh Kiltwalk

A huge congratulations to the Resolis Racers who finished the 2023 Edinburgh Kiltwalk in a fantastic 7 hours and 15 minutes.

On Sunday 17th September, the team tackled the longest of the 3 routes, The Mighty Stride, which was a whopping 21 miles.

Setting off from Bingham Medway the route took them around the city before finishing up at Murrayfield Stadium.

That swift pace also included 6 x 10-minute pit stops and, fortunately for our Racers, they only had the heavy rain for the last hour or so.

As part of our charity program in 2023, we’ll be matching the money they raised for their individual chosen charities, with a donation to our partner, Cancer Research UK.

So far, the total raised stands at an excellent £4,809, however, some of the team still need to link their own Just Giving pages to the Resolis Racers page, so that figure will be higher.

It is still not too late to make a donation to the Racers over on their Just Giving page.

Photos from the day

The Resolis Racers assembled and ready for the starting gun
The Resolis Racers assembled and ready for the starting gun.
The team raring to go
The team have their kilts on and are raring to go.
The Racers marching on together
The Racers marching on together.
Not far to go
Not far to go.
Almost finished and still smiling
Almost finished and still smiling.
And across the line
…And across the line.
Well done team!
Well done team!

Why Resolis is supporting Cancer Research UK

1 in 2 of us will get cancer in our lifetime. 

The work Cancer Research UK do saves lives.

Over the last 40 years, Cancer Research UK has helped double breast cancer survival, they have been a key player in the development of radiotherapy, and they have played a leading role in the development of 8 of the world’s top 10 cancer drugs.

At Resolis, we are proud of their achievements, but there is still more to be done. 

The money we raise will help to bring us closer to helping them achieve their goal of 3 out of 4 people surviving cancer for 10 years or more by 2034.

Any support is much appreciated!