Registrations are being taken for Recovery Walk Scotland 2018, which will take place this year in Glasgow on Saturday the 15th of September.
The event is the largest in Scotland that celebrates recovery from substance use and has been held every year since 2013. For the first time in Scotland, the recovery from substance use movement and the mental health recovery movement will hold a joint recovery walk.
This year, the event is comprised of three parts: Roses in the River Memorial at Glasgow Green, Recovery Walk Scotland procession through the city centre and a Recovery Festival and Village on the green.
Recovery Walk Scotland is supported by many organisations and community groups; last year 2000 people took part in Recovery Walk Scotland in Dundee.
Recovery Walk Scotland will take place in Glasgow on Saturday the 15th Setember 2018.
10:30 am – Roses in the Clyde Memorial at Glasgow Green – Viewing Platform
11:30 am – Recovery Walk Scotland – Starts & Ends at Glasgow Green
12:45 pm – Recovery Festival & Village at Glasgow Green
Please bring a picnic – covered tables and seating provided in case of inclement weather
Free Tea & Coffee provided by Rapid Relief Team & Salvation Army
Jeane Freeman – Cabinet Secretary of Health
Suzanne Bains – Community & Online Activist