Scone Palace gets into shape with a January Jog
Scone Palace, one of Scotland's favourite visitor attractions, will welcome back the popular "January Jog" event this month, giving people a chance to brush off those January blues with a gentle 5k jog around the grounds of the estate.
The family (and dog) friendly event, which will take place on Sunday 26th January at 11am, is the perfect antidote to the festive over-eating, and a chance to get into the beautiful outdoors on what is one of Scotland's most stunning private estates.
Once finished, visitors will be able to warm up in the Old Servants' Hall Coffee Shop with a hot chocolate and a delicious ‘Scone @ Scone'. Participants with dogs can also bring their canine jogging companion in to the Palace for rest and refreshments in the pet-friendly Old Kitchen Coffee Shop.
More information on Scone Palace and the January Jog is available online at www.scone-palace.co.uk. Entries are now open and cost £10 per person.
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