Join us at Howdens Garden Centre on Thursday 26th October for an evening of fashion and fundraising!
Featuring new season collections from Howdens' clothing range; including Klass, Autonomy and Tulchan. Plus occasionwear from La-Di-Da Fashion!
Tickets are just £5.00pp and include tea/coffee and cake.
Click below to book your tickets, or pop in to Howdens and buy them in store.
Would you like to run in one of the world's most beautiful marathons while raising funds for Birchwood Highland? We have some charity places for keen runners who'd like to support us! If the marathon is a bit of a stretch, you can also run in one of the other races, including the 10K Corporate Challenge, 10K run, and 5K fun run while raising funds on JustGiving. Visit the Loch Ness Marathon website if you'd like more information on any of the races.
To get started, send us a message.
Join us on Tuesday 12th September for Birchwood Highland's Annual General Meeting (AGM).
Venue: Inshes Church, Inverness
5.30pm - AGM
Staff, service users and members of the public welcome. Refreshments will be served after the AGM.
For further information, please call 01463 236 507 or email email@example.com
BEAST yourself on an epic 10k obstacle course race over tough Scottish terrain. 25 mega obstacles; giant water slides; icy loch water; thick mud & swamp crossings - it’s the ultimate team or solo challenge. Test your stamina at Scotland’s ‘beastliest’ obstacle race all while raising funds for Birchwood Highland! Standard entry for the event is £48.35-£51.55 and you visit the organiser's website here.
To get started, simply fill in the form below.
Help us celebrate our 30th year supporting the people of the Highlands by getting fit and active in March. We’re throwing down the gauntlet and asking you to run 30km throughout the month. You don’t have to do it all in one go – just take your time but finish the 30km by the end of March (we have another Run 30 in September if you’d rather wait – or you could do both!). All of the money you raise will go to supporting people across the Highlands who are experiencing mental ill health.
To get started, just fill in the form below.
These new 10k and half marathon runs in the vibrant city of Aberdeen, are a fantastic addition to our growing portfolio of mass-participation events which include the Simplyhealth Great North Run - the world’s biggest half marathon with 57,000 entrants.
The Half Marathon
Starting and finishing on Union Street, the half marathon course takes you north at the Beach Ballroom along the Esplanade towards the River Don, then a short out-and-back section on Ellon Road, before the picturesque Brig o Balgownie takes them across the Don for a second time as they pass half-way and head towards the historic cobbles of Old Aberdeen.
After a loop of Pittodrie Stadium runners will then pass by the beautifully reinstated Marischal College, and the new Marischal Square development will be a welcome sight at the top of Littlejohn Street before the Kirk of St Nicholas, His Majesty’s Theatre, Aberdeen Art Gallery, Robert Gordons College and Union Terrace Gardens are passed on Rosemount Viaduct.
There's sure to be fantastic support as both routes head west along Carden Place. A turn back onto Albyn Place and one final push will bring Union Street and the finish line into view meaning that the cheering crowds, friends, family and that well-deserved medal are not far away!
Starting and finishing on Union Street the 10k will take runners east, past the Town Hall and County House and towards the famous Castle Gate before turning right down Marischal Street towards Aberdeen Harbour. At the 3k point near the Beach Ballroom, runners will then head west and will join the half marathon route later as the course loops round Pittodrie Football Stadium.
Now into the second-half of the course, runners will follow Park Road and cross West North Street before eventually making their way past some of Aberdeen’s most iconic buildings and finishing back on Union Street, where they will be handed their goodie-filled finisher’s pack and medal.
To enter, simply fill in the form below.
The Heart returns to Bella for its second year. We’re collecting the hopes, dreams, loves and wishes of the Highlands on the beautiful metal sculpture designed by Bella’s Joe Gibbs. So far over 1,000 people have attached lovelocks and cloots to the heart and it’s looking amazing!
Come and join us at Belladrum and write your message to the world or seal your love with a lock. We’re just in front of the Temple, right at the spiritual heart of the Belladrum site.
Can’t make it to Belladrum this year? You can still buy a lovelock or cloot from us to support the project and we'll email a photo of the item in situ on the heart!
The Nairn Half Marathon is a flat, out-and-back road race. It starts and finishes at the Highland games arena, going past the beach and harbour as well as through open countryside. Organised by Nairn Road Runners is run as part of the Nairn Highland Games.
Date TBC – more information coming soon!
Named ‘Scotland’s friendliest marathon’, the Fort William Marathon will take you on a journey through some of the area’s most stunning scenery. A challenging multi-terrain route taking in the spectacular sites of Fort William, including Ben Nevis, Thomas Telford's Caledonian Canal and Neptune's Staircase, The Commado Memorial, General Wade's High Bridge and the old railway viaduct.
Birchwood Highland has a limited number of free places – to book one all you have to do is pledge to raise a minimum of £100 in sponsorship.
To get started, simply fill in the form below!
Due to unforeseen circumstances, we regret that Ness Vegas is to be rescheduled for a later date.
If you have purchased tickets in advance of this event, you are entitled to a full refund as well as 10% off any tickets purchased for the rescheduled event.
Please accept our sincere apologies for any inconvenience this may cause and we hope you’ll be able to join us at another event in the near future!
Fancy a day at the races?
Birchwood Highland, Marie Curie and Highland Business Women would like to invite you to Ascot Adventures at the Kingsmills Hotel, a fantastic day of racing and fundraising.
We have joined forces with the team at the Kingsmills Hotel to stage the nation’s favourite race day, so will be bringing you Ladies’ Day and The Gold Cup – all in the comfort of the hotel’s luxury suites and gardens.
The event, on Thursday June 22nd, will feature great food, live music, exciting bars and flutters a-plenty with big screen action both indoors and outdoors in the ‘paddock’.
It’ll be a hoot and we’d love it if you joined us for a flutter!
What to expect on the day…
11.30am Bubbly and soft fizz on arrival
12.30pm 3-course lunch with complementary half bottle of wine per person
1.30pm Live music: Sharp Exit
2.30pm Race 1: The Norfolk Stakes
3.05pm Race 2: The Hampton Court Stakes
3.40pm Race 3: The Ribblesdale Stakes
4pm Classic afternoon tea
4.20pm Race 4: The Gold Cup
4.40pm Gala auction, in aid of Birchwood Highland and Marie Curie
5pm Race 5: The Britannia Stakes
5.35pm Race 6: The King George V Stakes
6pm Live music: Sharp Exit
Dress code: As glam as you like – add a touch of pearl!
Any money raised on ticket sales, plus our fantastic auction, silent auction and table prizes, will be split evenly between Marie Curie and Birchwood Highland. We are delighted the event is supported by Highland Business Women, the region's influential networking group.
Please complete booking form below and submit along with payment to secure your place
Join Inverness’ famous rock choir for an evening of fun and great tunes as they sing classic pop hits. This will be a night of hilarity plus top tunes, table games, tune bingo and an auction for really great prizes. A pair of weekend Belladrum tickets will be up for grabs!
Ticket prices are;
Adult - £10
Kids - £5
Family ticket (2 adults, 2 kids) - £25
+ additional kids tickets at £5
All proceeds in aid of Birchwood Highland, the region’s leading mental health charity and British Heart Foundation Scotland, who are leading the fight against coronary heart disease
We're looking for runners in this year's Stirling Scottish Marathon and Family Mile! Starting west of the city at Blair Drummond Safari Park, the route will wind through the stunning Stirlingshire countryside and pass landmarks including Doune Castle, the National Wallace Monument and Bridge of Allan before enjoying a fantastic circuit of support in the City Centre and finally finishing beneath the imposing ramparts of Stirling Castle.
Fill in the form below to get started.
The Strathconon Cycle is organised by Fairburn Memorial Hall in Marybank each year and sees around 150 riders take on the 38 mile cycle. Birchwood Highland has a limited number of places for this event so if you would like to cycle the course for Birchwood Highland, please register your interest by filling in the form below.
Help us celebrate our 30th year supporting the people of the Highlands by walking 30km throughout the month. You don’t have to do it all in one go – just take your time but finish the 30km by the end of May. All funds you raise will go to Birchwood Highland and the vital work we do in the Highlands.
To get started, just fill in the form below!
Fancy doing something exceptional, seeing beautiful scenery and raising money for our amazing charity at the same time? Join us on our trek in the foothills of the Himalayas! We've teamed up with local travel company Spirit World Adventure to create Trek In The Footsteps Of The Dalai Lama.
Help us celebrate our 30th year supporting the people of the Highlands by swimming 30km throughout the month. You don’t have to do it all in one go – just take your time but finish the 30km by the end of April. All you have to do is set up a JustGiving page or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll send you an Anniversary pack and sponsor forms. All of the money you raise will go to supporting people across the Highlands who are experiencing mental ill health. Click below to set up a JustGiving page!
All ages welcome but 16-25 year olds are encouraged to attend. The sessions are free, no need to book, just drop-in. There will also be teas, coffees, juice and snacks provided to keep you fuelled.
The half marathon route is seriously flat & rapid – if you want to set a personal best for a half marathon, then this is the event for you. Starting at 12.30pm, you will run along the magnificent River Ness before finishing in the final furlong at Queen’s Park Stadium; one of the best racetracks in the whole of Scotland.
Whether you’ve never run before, or you’re preparing for your 100th event, you can’t afford to miss out on what is going to be the ‘must-do’ running event this year. It’s fresh and it’s exciting – give it a go and set your next challenge today!
Fill in the form below to get started.
The Nairn 10k is a one-lap road race set entirely in Nairn, starting and finishing on the High Street. The course is a well-marshalled undulating route on roads.
The Fun Run, which takes places at the same time, is a 5km run through the traffic-free estate footpaths. Entry for this is just £5.
Run on behalf of Birchwood Highland and you will raise funds for people affected by mental health issues. Simply fill in the form below to get started!
Help us celebrate our 30th year supporting the people of the Highlands by getting fit and active in March. We’re throwing down the gauntlet and asking you to run 30km throughout the month. You don’t have to do it all in one go – just take your time but finish the 30km by the end of March (we have another Run 30 in September if you’d rather wait – or you could do both!).
All of the money you raise will go to supporting people across the Highlands who are experiencing mental ill health. Fill in the form below to get in touch and get started!
Get your games head on and join us for Speed Games Night! There will be a range of games on this fun night – we’ll have speed pool (just land the pool ball on a £5 note to win!), prize darts with lots of prizes, a race night and lots more.
It’s at SoBar on Castle Street, Inverness, so even if you’re no use at games, there’s a bar!!
Tickets are just £2.50 on the door and all of the proceeds go to Birchwood Highland.
Celebrate Burns night on the 27th of January at Corner on the Square in Beauly who are donating the proceeds from in house fundraisers to Birchwood Highland!
Special Guests include Iain Marr, Fergus Ewart, Sinclair Gair and Craig McRitchie, along with Chris Bain from Alexander Wines who is bringing Australian wine expert, Jane Campbell.
Tickets are now available from Corner on the Square for £45. See the event on Facebook here.