Kenny Motion took part in the Kiltwalk in September 2016 for Marie Curie, a cause that is very close to his heart. His efforts and the money he raised will go towards funding the Marie Curie Hospice, Edinburgh on 5 January 2017.
Kenny Motion became known as the Kilted Golfer, as he walked the 26 mile Kiltwalk with a full set of golf clubs!
Kenny said: “I have done a few things over the last couple of years for Marie Curie as I lost both my parents to cancer a few years ago now. I also lost my younger sister to cancer; she was only 53 when she passed away, just three years ago. And at the end of November my older brother, Peter, passed away at the Hospice after a three year battle with cancer. So this cause and the service Marie Curie staff provide means a lot to me.
“It’s not just the nurses who do amazing work, but all the volunteers who help out in all the hospices and provide support for all the patients.”
Kenny has chosen to pay for the running of the hospice on 5 January 2017, as this is the birthday of his twin brothers Peter and Paul.