Walking Football Scotland
Walking Football Scotland today held their Annual General Meeting at Hampden Park, Glasgow.
Hosted by the Scottish FA, there was wide representation from member groups attending in person and joining by Zoom.
The meeting was chaired by retiring chair, Gary McLaughlin. Gary was the first chair of Walking Football Scotland and the meeting put on record their heartfelt thanks and debt of gratitude to Gary for his service to walking football in Scotland.
The meeting heard of the hard work and personal sacrifices made by Gary and his family in support of walking football.
Gary is a leader in the promotion of the physical and mental health benefits, social inclusion and participation by older adults in a sport which delivers thousands of hours of activity leading to increased preventative health outcomes across Scotland.
Trustees presented a token of their thanks and appreciation to Gary and his wife Elizabeth in their support of the Charity.
Gary is seen here with incoming chair, David Hyland, who moves from his role of treasurer, with newly appointed trustee Gordon McAllister taking up the role of treasurer.
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