The team at Cameron House on Loch Lomond will be taking part in Doddie Aid 2023, with a mass participation rowing challenge that runs until the end of February.
The team will be raising money for the ‘My Name’5 Doddie Foundation’, which invests in critical research for the cure for motor neuron disease in honour of former Scotland Rugby Union Player, Doddie Weir.
Starting this week, until the 28th February, the team – including resort director Andy Roger – will be taking part in a continuous rowing challenge in the Cameron House gym.
Their goal is to row 50,000 meters, and Cameron House welcomes participants near and far to join the challenge and row at the resort.
All funds raised will go to the My Name’5 Doddie Foundation, which invests in crucial scientific research to find a cure for Motor Neuron Disease. In the last 2 years, the event has attracted more than 30,000 people who have covered an impressive 4 million miles, all whilst raising more than £2 million for the foundation.
For more information, please visit myname5doddie.co.uk.
Picture: Local rugby stars Gregor Brown and Rory Darge from the Glasgow Warriors, and Scotland player Ryan Wilson appeared at the Cameron Leisure Club in support of the charity event