Cubs go silent to raise funds for Largs Lifebot

Lifeboats News Release

Young Cubs from Kilmacolm carried out a sponsored silence to raise funds for Largs lifeboat

Group of boy CUBS from Kilmacolm with fund raisers & crew from Largs.
Kilmacolm CUB Group
Fund raisers from Largs travelled to Kilmacolm to meet with the young Cub Group who carried out a sponsored silence while their leaders made a fantastic fund raising effort culminating in a total of £550 for Largs lifeboat.
What a fantastic effort boys, very well done and greatly appreciated.
From all at Largs Lifeboat thank you all very much.

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