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Women’s 10K Glasgow

Sunday 16th June 2024

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Dig out your running shoes and challenge yourself at the Women’s 10K Glasgow. Gather your friends and family and complete the route together or set off on a solo run at this amazing city-centre 10K.

The Women’s 10K in Glasgow starts at the spectacular setting of the Riverside Transport Museum.

The route heads East along the River Clyde and takes in the scenic views. Iconic buildings to look out, including the Glasgow Science Centre, The Armadillo, The SEC and the SSE Hydro and all within the first 2KM.

The route then heads over the Clyde and back, crossing over the ‘Squiggly Bridge’ and then George V Bridge. You will then start heading through the hustle and bustle of Glasgow’s city centre heading up Buchanan Street just before you hit half way!

The second half of the route will take you past the south side of George Square and down towards Glasgow Green, taking in the beautiful park including the infamous People’s Palace, before heading back towards George Square where cheering crowds await to help in one last effort to cross the finish line where you’ll receive your well-earned medal, water and goodybag.

Whether you’re a seasoned pro or it’s your very first 10K, this is the perfect event to challenge yourself and achieve something amazing.

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Be a fundraising superhero

By signing up for the Women’s 10K Glasgow, you’re making a difference.

By fundraising for Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland and pledging to raise a minimum sponsorship of £150, you’ll be helping make sure that no one has to recover alone after diagnosis of a chest or heart condition or Long Covid or following a stroke.

You are the difference between someone just surviving and really living.

“I still have a lot of living to do. Being part of CHSS is the best possible way to do that.”

You’ll be helping people like Margaret. Since September 2021, Margaret has had three mini strokes – known as a transient ischaemic attack or TIA – preceded by two silent strokes.

After taking part in our online functional fitness and balance classes, Margaret has completed our self management course to help her deal with the effects of the stroke.

“I would not have recovered as well or looked forward to what life has in store for me if Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland hadn’t been there to encourage, help and support me.

“Things changed the moment I looked at the leaflets the CHSS stroke nurse had given me. I got help from the charity’s Advice Line, then was able to join the online functional fitness and balance classes. Then I learned about the self-management course, which has been the most important step on this journey.

“The self-management course really helped me make a lot of sense of what I was feeling.
“I still have a lot of living to do. Being part of CHSS is the best possible way to do that.”

Nobody in Scotland should have to face their health journey on their own. By running with us at the Women’s 10k Glasgow, you can help make sure people like Margaret get the support they need to live their lives to the full.

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Get in touch

If you need any support to make your fantastic fundraising ideas really fly, we’re here to help!

Contact Louise MacLeod – 0131 220 9593 –

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