The Glasgow March for Men

March for Men this June at the largest park in Glasgow – Pollok Country Park. Take on either the short, medium or long route around Europe’s Best Park 2008 and help stop prostate cancer being a killer.

The short route is fully accessible for wheelchairs and pushchairs – however due to the nature of the ground, if it has been a wet summer this may be subject to change.

Register now for the Glasgow March for Men


18 June 2017


Arrive from 10am
Walk starts at 11am

Meeting point

Near the Burrell Collection. Follow signs and directions from volunteers when near the Burrell Collection.


Short (2.5k), medium (8k) and long (16k)
All route lengths are estimates and may change slightly closer to the event day.


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How to get there

There is an entrance to the park on Haggs Road (B768) approximately 2 minutes from Junction 1 of the M77 motorway. You can also enter the park from Pollokshaws Rd by exiting the M77 at Junction 2 and continuing along Barrhead Rd on to Pollokshaws Rd.

There will be free parking for all participants.

Pollokshaws West is the closest rail station and both the 57 and 57a bus run from Glasgow city centre to the park.

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Read our March for Men stories

Marching for men to stop prostate cancer being a killer

Having been diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2009, Frank is now looking forward to walking his youngest daughter down the aisle

'My motivation to get up and do the Glasgow March for Men is that now I can be part of something that can help change and save men’s lives. I hope others realise the importance of this cause and come and take part.'

Read Frank's story

Raising awareness through Glasgow's March for Men

Marlene lost her father to prostate cancer only ten weeks after he was diagnosed

'He was a very strong, fit and healthy man and until his diagnosis, we hadn’t noticed any symptoms. He had a bad back which he would regularly get massages for and any other small niggles he had, he put down to his age.'

Read Marlene's story

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Frequently asked questions

Have a question about our London, Leeds or Glasgow March for Men? Read our Frequently Asked Questions page to find out about registering, fundraising, facilities and more.

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