Warriors Are Sole Providers

It might be slightly early for a??First Footinga?" but the Warriors have been gathering together their shoes, trainers, rugby boots and even their better-halves stilettos all in the name of charity._The players and staff all donated footwear to Kay Gilmour for her One Step Beyond campaign._Kay hopes to collect 80,000 pairs of old shoes and then put them together, heel to toe, throughout Victoria Park in Arbroath in a bid to create a record breaking 12 mile long line and in the process, raise A?160,000 for four charities: No More Landmines Trust, Cancer Research, Children in Need and the Angus College Charitable Trust.The money will be raised by people including a pound coin inside each shoe donated, the proceeds of which go to the British charities and the shoes themselves will be distributed to impoverished areas in Africa and Asia.Kay, who is the director of marketing and business growth at Angus College, said: a??This is a great opportunity for Scots to raise significant money for charity while also having a little bit of fun along the way._It is a big undertaking but I know that with the support of local schools, businesses and the public we can achieve this.a??Warriors captain Alastair Kellock, said: a??Wea?"re happy to help out with this campaign._They need all types of footwear for people of all different shapes and sizes so alongside our big rugby boots, some guys have brought in things like their kida?'s wellies and their wifea?'s trainers._The fact that we can help out British charities as well as those further a-field is an added bonus and wea?'d encourage people to have a look at the website and see what they can do to contribute.a??For further information, please visit www.onestep-beyond.com It might be slightly early for a??First Footinga?" but the Warriors have been gathering together their shoes, trainers, rugby boots and even their better-halves stilettos all in the name of charity._The players and staff all donated footwear to Kay Gilmour for her One Step Beyond campaign._Kay hopes to collect 80,000 pairs of old shoes and then put them together, heel to toe, throughout Victoria Park in Arbroath in a bid to create a record breaking 12 mile long line and in the process, raise A?160,000 for four charities: No More Landmines Trust, Cancer Research, Children in Need and the Angus College Charitable Trust.The money will be raised by people including a pound coin inside each shoe donated, the proceeds of which go to the British charities and the shoes themselves will be distributed to impoverished areas in Africa and Asia.Kay, who is the director of marketing and business growth at Angus College, said: a??This is a great opportunity for Scots to raise significant money for charity while also having a little bit of fun along the way._It is a big undertaking but I know that with the support of local schools, businesses and the public we can achieve this.a??Warriors captain Alastair Kellock, said: a??Wea?"re happy to help out with this campaign._They need all types of footwear for people of all different shapes and sizes so alongside our big rugby boots, some guys have brought in things like their kida?'s wellies and their wifea?'s trainers._The fact that we can help out British charities as well as those further a-field is an added bonus and wea?'d encourage people to have a look at the website and see what they can do to contribute.a??For further information, please visit www.onestep-beyond.com