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Fundraiser Jim Reynolds organises a cycle ride every summer from Clydebank to Balloch (and back again). The event has run for six years with over 40 people taking part raising thousands of pounds.
Callum Heggie (24) supported by Scottish Autism raised £1130 by undertaking a 1.5km sponsored swim! Support worker Lynn Hood, "We are so proud of what Callum has done. To raise this amount of money is a huge achievement for anyone, and even more so for Callum."
For World Autism Awareness Day, Allen Goldie will be sledging husky dogs 250km from Norway to Sweden in sub zero temperatures. "This is probably the most extreme thing I have committed to, but I couldn't imagine a better cause."
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