RNLI cof­fee morn­ing boosts funds for life-sav­ing ser­vice

Argyllshire Advertiser - - LEISURE -

The Mid Ar­gyll branch of the Royal Na­tional Lifeboat In­sti­tu­tion (RNLI) held a cof­fee morn­ing on Satur­day Oc­to­ber 6 to raise funds.


Var­i­ous ded­i­cated vol­un­teers filled Lochgilp­head Par­ish Church Hall with home­made good­ies and bot­tles for sale in a bustling hall to raise funds for a ser­vice that ‘saves lives at sea’.

The cof­fee morn­ing raised a to­tal of £589 for the Royal Na­tional Lifeboat In­sti­tu­tion through en­trance money, a raf­fle and the sale of RNLI branded goods.


Heather Cameron sold home­made good­ies.


Marie Hamil­ton and Sophie Bri­ane served tea.


Ian Salmon looks after the bot­tle stall.


Pat McGin­ley en­joys a cup of tea.

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