Paddington Bear went on another adventure as he went on to do the Dundee KiltWalk to raise money for the charity, Homeless Veterans Project which supports veterans in need of accommodation.
The duo brought smiles to hundreds of people, young and old on their quest to conquer the KiltWalk on Sunday.
Paddington was also joined by the charity’s chairman, Alex McAnespie, who was proudly suited up in his medals and his Glengarry from his days as part of the Gordan Highlanders and Royal Highland Fusiliers.
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Donna Armstrong, from Lochwinnoch and vice chairman at Homeless Veterans Project, said: “When the heat and the blisters got too much I was tempted to give up, but Homeless Veterans Project never gives up on the men and women who served our country. Our discomfort and sacrifice is minimal compared to theirs.
“We have no Head Office and no paid employees or directors, we are just four ordinary people with full time jobs who want to help our veterans.”
The walk was 26 miles and there were concerns that the big, loveable bear was starting to get too warm in his blue jacket, but he pushed on to complete the walk.
This year, over 2,000 people joined the KiltWalk to raise money for heroes.
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