Johanna had great weather and a great walk in memory of her sister. We love the bunting Johanna!
Dave cycled 60 miles from Edinburgh to North Berwick taking in lovely scenery across East Lothian and a well deserved cuppa in bonny East Saltoun
The Turnbull family are walking an amazing 500 miles in memory of Kerry's Nana this July, completing a half marathon distance on her birthday
Lindsay and her friends were our first walkers to complete the Big Yin this year!
Came together with friends in the sunshine to complete their Walk to Remember
Lesley joined Lindsay and their friends to complete their Big Yin Walk to Remember together
Gayle joined Lindsey & other friends to take part in the Big Yin. Thanks to all of the gang!
Ann, daughter Laura & Laura's partner Dave walked from Aberdour, over the Binns above Burntisland and back via Kinghorn Loch to complete 13.5 miles!
Smiling despite the rain, Nadine and her sister didn't let the weather get them down, as they completed their 3-day Walk from Portobello to Fisher Row, Prestonpans to Port Seton!
Jillian completed 26.2 miles over 26 days with her dog Tara, who has cancer. They had a great time exploring a new place each day together.
The Wishart's had a great day doing their Walk and although there were a few sore feet on Monday, they were delighted with their fundraising total.
Maggie and her family enjoyed their Walk to Remember together in Holyrood Park, with their route taking them around the park and Arthurs Seat.
Laura & Lisa walked along the Forth and Clyde Canal outside of Glasgow, wearing Hospice T-shirts to complete their challenge. Laura's pug Douglas joined them!
Douglas gets a special mention - after completing his Walk to Remember, Douglas sported his own tee. Looking very dapper!
What a great way to end her challenge - after cycling 80 miles for the Hospice, Aileen went for a celebratory swim in the reservoir!
Craig and Harriet were on Skye when their family took part in the Walk on the last day of July but they wore their Hospice t-shirts and actually walked more miles!
Bill, centre, walked 6.5 miles throughout July in memory of his wife. He was joined by his family to do the last quarter mile altogether.
Lesley Hay enjoyed glorious weather and beautiful scenery during her marathon walk over the Pentland Hills.
Ewa walked 8 miles 3 times in 3 days from Straiton to Granton and put together a great collage of her city walks
You'll find information about this year's Walk to Remember event here - https://stcolumbashospice.org.uk/virtual-walk-to-remember-2020. You have until the end of July to take part so please consider contacting Claire at CBolt@stcolumbashospice.org.uk to sign up and walk, run or cycle for the Hospice.
For those of you who've completed your challenge, please send your story and photo to Claire at CBolt@stcolumbashospice.org.ukEnter now