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Byline: Highland Park Retirement Village residents Tom and Olive Rummens wished to raise funds for Invergordon Lifeboat Station by hosting an Afternoon Tea Party from their home.
Page Content: The
couple approached the lifeboat station to seek advice on running the event for
the RNLI and were supplied with collection buckets.

 

The
afternoon tea was an in-house event for those that stay at the Easter Ross
retirement village in Barbraville, by Invergordon as well as friends and
family.

With a
small entry fee being charged to enter on the afternoon, there was plenty of
Tea, Home Baking and crafts on sale as well as a raffle.

 

Out of
the 50 people who attended, an amazing £760 was raised for the Lifeboat Station
and to help Saving Lives at Sea.

 

All the
crew from Invergordon Lifeboat Station would like to express their thanks to
Tom & Olive for organising and running the event, and to everyone who
attended the event and helping raise such a fantastic sum of money.

Byline: Highland Park Retirement Village residents Tom and Olive Rummens wished to raise funds for Invergordon Lifeboat Station by hosting an Afternoon Tea Party from their home.
Page Content: The couple approached the lifeboat station to seek advice on running the event for the RNLI and were supplied with collection buckets.  

The afternoon tea was an in-house event for those that stay at the Easter Ross retirement village in Barbraville, by Invergordon as well as friends and family.

With a small entry fee being charged to enter on the afternoon, there was plenty of Tea, Home Baking and crafts on sale as well as a raffle.  

Out of the 50 people who attended, an amazing £760 was raised for the Lifeboat Station and to help Saving Lives at Sea.  

All the crew from Invergordon Lifeboat Station would like to express their thanks to Tom & Olive for organising and running the event, and to everyone who attended the event and helping raise such a fantastic sum of money.