TWO volunteers have been recognised for their outstanding contributions to Kiltwalk with special banknotes from headline sponsors the Royal Bank of Scotland.

The notes carry the Kiltwalk serial number to commemorate Scotland’s mass participation walking events that raise funds for charities across the country.

Each volunteer will also receive a £1000 donation to their chosen charities, the British Heart Foundation and Lanarkshire Association for Mental Health, from The Kiltwalk and Royal Bank of Scotland.

Kilties Keith Jones and Lorraine Moore were nominated as worthy recipients for going above and beyond in their roles as event volunteers.

Jones has been a volunteer since 2015 alongside his wife Annette who sadly passed away last year. As a Back Marker Kiltie, tasked with providing company to walkers at the back of the walk, Moore covered another’s shift and walked a total distance of 16.5 miles from Glasgow Green to Meadow Centre on the day in September.