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The PBC Foundation is the only UK based organisation that specifically deals with PBC.




PBC - Cycle around the World 

On the 5th of January 2022, Jasmine Jewell launches her Cycle around the World challenge in aid of the PBC Foundation. 

What are we doing? 

The aim is for US and YOU, together to cycle 25,000 miles between the 5th Jan 2022 and 2023. This is the circumference of the world and a bit more! 

Why are we doing it?

The 5th of Jan marks 10 years since losing Mum, we are determined to prevent anyone suffering alone as mum did and not receiving the support they need and deserve and I want to spread the word about PBC and raise vital funds for the PBC Foundation. 

Who can get involved?

Anyone! Whether you cycle regularly, fancy a new challenge or even do spin class once a week, all those miles count. 

If you don't fancy cycling but still want to help, you can. Spread the word to help us get our message out there and if you can afford to please donate!

How to get involved:

We shall soon have a website ready in which you can submit your miles, however in the meantime, get on your bike, be it out and about, in front of the telly or at the gym, clock your miles and send them in to help us reach 25,000 miles!



Getting out with family and friends for a walk will not only help to improve your own health and wellbeing, it could help all PBC sufferers and ensure they have access to all our vital services.

Funds raised in previous years has really helped us to launch are online services and maintain our vital 24/7 helpline.

Let 2022 be the year you make a big difference – sign up below to the Kilt Walk and really help The PBC Foundation.

The Kiltwalk 2022 will be held over four locations across Scotland plus a virtual event so there really is something for everyone.

Kiltwalk locations and dates:

Glasgow: Sunday 24th April

Aberdeen: Sunday 29th May

Dundee: Sunday 21st August

Edinburgh: Sunday 18th September

Virtual Kiltwalk 7th – 9th October

You can choose from three distances to suit any ability:

Mighty Stride – 22.6 miles

Big Stroll – 14.5 miles

Wee Wander - 3.5 miles

The Hunter Foundations will also provide a 50% top up on all fundraising, that's an extra 50p for every £1 you raise! This will go a long way in ensuring we can provide services to all our existing and new member’s.

Come on, let’s make 2022 count – Get involved, have some fun, get fitter and make a difference for so many.

Registration fees :
Mighty Stride & Big Stroll: £31.69 per adult/child 13 years old and over
Wee Wander: £12.80 per adult/ £6.50 per child (under 5s are free)

#movementismedicine #kiltwalk #makeadifference


TCS London Marathon

Would you like to take part in one of the the most iconic races in the world, whilst raising crucially important funds to support those with PBC?

The PBC Foundation has a few spaces left to fill in the 2022 race – and one of them could be yours!

Date: Sunday, 2 October 2022
Location: London
Event distance: 26.2 miles

The London Marathon is pretty much the marathon that everyone wants to do at least once in their lifetime. So why not join the PBC Foundation’s team and make this amazing event even more special! 

To sign up or for more information please contact Jacqueline on 0131 556 6811 or email




International PBC Day

On the second Sunday of each September, our members and volunteers host a variety of events in their local area to raise funds and awareness of PBC for us.  To find out what’s going on in your area on International PBC Day, please visit our meetings section.


Annual Winter Raffle

Each November, we draw a raffle for our members, the first prize of which is £400.  Tickets are usually enclosed with the May issue of “The Bear Facts” magazine - if you sell out, please contact us, as there may be more available. 

Other Events

There are plenty of other events throughout the year that you can get involved with.  For example, you could:

Enter half marathon “The Great North Run”

Cycle in “Pedal for Scotland”

Participate in obstacle course “Tough Mudder”