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Byline: Alistair Young from Evanton visited Invergordon Lifeboat Station in early April as part of a School Visit. Since then he wanted to raise funds by doing a sponsored event.
Page Content: Alistair who is only 6 years old decided he would cycle from his home in Evanton, the 8 miles to Invergordon RNLI Lifeboat Station under the supervision of his dad.  

Sunday 21 April was the chosen day and with the weather holding up for the event, Alistair set off shortly after 9:30am and reached the Lifeboat station around 11:20am with a couple of snack breaks in between.  

Unknown to Alistair, we had a familiar face of Stormy Stan and the volunteer crew waiting to welcome him and dad Andy over the finish line.  

With a target of £60 Alistair has managed to smash that to over £260. An amazing amount, in aid to save lives at sea.  

Invergordon RNLI Spokesperson Michael MacDonald said ‘Alistair has done an incredible job in helping organise this event and raising such a great total for the RNLI. With Stormy Stan and the crew on hand to welcome them over the finish line was outstanding to watch. I would like to say from the crew at Invergordon RNLI we wish to thank all the Young family for such a great donation’

Byline: Alistair Young from Evanton visited Invergordon Lifeboat Station in early April as part of a School Visit. Since then he wanted to raise funds by doing a sponsored event.
Page Content: Alistair who is only 6 years old decided he would cycle from his home in Evanton, the 8 miles to Invergordon RNLI Lifeboat Station under the supervision of his dad.  

Sunday 21 April was the chosen day and with the weather holding up for the event, Alistair set off shortly after 9:30am and reached the Lifeboat station around 11:20am with a couple of snack breaks in between.  

Unknown to Alistair, we had a familiar face of Stormy Stan and the volunteer crew waiting to welcome him and dad Andy over the finish line.  

With a target of £60 Alistair has managed to smash that to over £260. An amazing amount, in aid to save lives at sea.  

Invergordon RNLI Spokesperson Michael MacDonald said 'Alistair has done an incredible job in helping organise this event and raising such a great total for the RNLI. With Stormy Stan and the crew on hand to welcome them over the finish line was outstanding to watch. I would like to say from the crew at Invergordon RNLI we wish to thank all the Young family for such a great donation'