Walkers who sign up for the 10-mile night-time walk through Glasgow to raise funds for Maggie's Cancer Caring Centres will have exclusive entry to an exhibition of photographs by Mary McCartney.

The Glasgow Night Hike on July 22 will start with a party at the Riverside Museum, which was designed by Zaha Hadid – whose first UK commission was the Maggie’s Centre in Kirkcaldy.

Refreshments for walkers will be offered at Glasgow Art Club, where a collection of photographs of people who use the Maggie’s Centres will be displayed for one night only.

The fundraisers aiming to beat last year’s £110,000 total from the first Glasgow Night Hike plan to make the event a festival on foot.

They will be helped by musicians, dancers and actors offering a taster of the Merchant City Festival.

Margaret Farrell, a teacher and community worker, who received help from the Maggie’s Centre in Glasgow in coping with cervical cancer, said: “I went into the Maggie’s Centre in Glasgow and was amazed. There was lots of information that made me feel this was something I could handle.

“I have been clear of cancer for three years but Maggie’s was essential to me when I was in the worst place I could be. I’m looking forward to the Night Hike.”

Registration for the Night Hike is £30 per person or £23 per person in a team of four or more. Visit www.maggiescentres.org/glasgownighthike or call 0300 123 1801.