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Sponsorship Announcement: Brogan Flockton & Sarah Bremner

Scottish Adventure is a Not-For-Profit organisation which allows us to support Scottish charities, Scottish community projects and individuals who champion our aims.

It is with great pleasure that Scottish Adventure can announce new sponsorship agreements with two of our members. The two deals will enable adventure, help raise money and awareness for Scottish-based charities and will see our two members represent Scottish Adventure at adventure sports activities.


Brogan Flockton | Climber

Brogan Flockton is a 12 year old girl from Aberdeenshire and has been climbing competitively since 2018. She was placed 3rd in the North of Scotland region in late 2018 and 3rd overall for Scotland.

Since 2018 and throughout the pandemic she has dedicated all her time outside of school to climbing despite competitions being cancelled due to COVID-10 restrictions. Brogan currently trains weekly with Granite City Rockstars as well as on a bouldering wall in the family garage.

In 2022, Brogan is aiming to achieve:


Sarah Bremner | Hill Walker

Sarah Bremner is a keen runner and hillwalker from Aberdeenshire who is aiming to hike to the base camp of the world’s highest mountain – Mount Everest. She will be raising awareness and funds for two Scotland-based charities by completing this epic challenge:

  • Clan Cancer Support is a well-established local charity providing emotional and practical support to people affected by cancer across north-east Scotland, Moray, Orkney and Shetland. They offer a relaxed, welcoming, and caring environment both at Clan House, their purpose-built support and wellbeing centre in Aberdeen, and at our many bases in the community.

  • Charlie House was established so that all children with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions in Northeast Scotland receive the support they require. They believe that every child should receive a smooth transition from hospital to home, practical and emotional support should be available for themselves and their family, and they should have access to inclusive activities so that they can live life to the full and make memories for the whole family to treasure

In March 2022 Sarah will proceed to the Everest Base Camp beginning in Lukla following the footsteps of Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay – the first climbers to ever summit Everest. Walking in the shadow of the world’s highest mountain, she will traverse gorges, visit the Everest Memorial Ground and trek through the Khumbu ice fall until she reaches Base Camp.

Sarah will then descent and flight back to Kathmandu, spending time exploring the chaotic, exotic and historic capital. This high-altitude trek is not for the faint of heart, but the team of expert leaders, guides and doctors will ensure safety is a priority.


Scottish Adventure is a Not-For-Profit organisation which allows us to support Scottish charities, Scottish community projects and individuals who champion our aims.

"This is our first sponsorship deal with our members and I am excited that we are capable of providing this support after our first year of operating. As a not-for-profit organisation we utilise our capital raised from membership fees and events to inject money back into the Scottish community enabling adventure for the very people who are at the centre of our organisation - the Scottish Adventure Community." - Roy Milne, Chairman

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