Portree and Kyle of Lochalsh Lifeboats receive generous cheques

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Two very generous cheques was presented from supporters of Portree and Kyle Lifeboat Stations.

Portree Coxwain and Launch Operations Manager receiving the cheque from Alfie Edwards and Mr Harvey-Jamieson handing a cheque to Emma Noble and Daniel Elliot who are all standing in front of the Spirit of Fred Olsen, Kyle Inshore Atlantic 85 Lifeboat.

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Portree and Kyle receiving cheques
On Friday 17 January 2020, at the Kyle of Lochalsh Lifeboat Station, two cheques were presented to both Portree and Kyle Stations.
Mr Rodger Harvey-Jamieson presented a very generous £10000 cheque from his family to each station.
Mr Alfie Edwards, representing the Applecross Boat Pull Team, also handed over to each station, a cheque for £1000. The Team have been fundraising for Local charities and the RNLI for several years which have led to several Lifeboat stations receiving donations over the years.
Thanking Mr Harvey-Jamieson and Mr Edwards were Hamish Corrigall(Coxwain Portree), John Ellis(Portree Launch Operations Manager). And representing Kyle Station, Emma Noble and Daniel Elliot. In the picture, they are stood in front of the Kyle ILB Lifeboat, Spirit of Fred Olsen, an Atlantic 85.

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