Rotary-Classic-Car-Tour-raised-£5700-for-RNLI

Byline: East Sutherland Rotary club held a Classic Car Tour in May 2014, which took a scenic path through the North Highlands.
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Starting
in the Royal Burgh of Dornoch, taking in the tranquil landscapes of Lairg to
Ledmore Junction, across to Lochinver for lunch, before heading off to Scourie,
down through Achfary, Lairg, Invershin and eventually back to Dornoch, the tour
helped raise £5700 for the RNLI.

 

With
over 45 Classic and Vintage cars taking part including a 98-year-old Rolls
Royce La France model to an Austin 7.

 

Invergordon
RNLI Station Mechanic / Easter Ross Fundraising Chairman and Press Officer
Michael MacDonald attended a Rotary meal in the Royal Dornoch Golf Club on
Wednesday 22nd October, during the evening the RNLI volunteers were presented
with a cheque for £5700 by East Sutherland Rotary Club President Fiona Risk.

 

After
the cheque presentation, Kevin and Michael gave a brief overview of the RNLI and
how crucial funds are to the charity that relies on public donations, &
fundraising activities to ensure a 24-hour search and rescue service around the
UK and Ireland coasts.

 

Rotary spokesperson Alistair Risk advised “East Sutherland Rotary are proud
and pleased to be able to help such a superb cause as RNLI and hope to continue
to be associated with that charity in the years to come”

 

Michael MacDonald Invergordon RNLI Press Officer advised “ We are
delighted to receive a cheque for such a tremendous amount from the East
Sutherland Rotary Club, and would like to extend our thanks to the Rotary Club
and all involved in the Classic / Vintage Car tour”

Byline: East Sutherland Rotary club held a Classic Car Tour in May 2014, which took a scenic path through the North Highlands.
Page Content: Starting in the Royal Burgh of Dornoch, taking in the tranquil landscapes of Lairg to Ledmore Junction, across to Lochinver for lunch, before heading off to Scourie, down through Achfary, Lairg, Invershin and eventually back to Dornoch, the tour helped raise £5700 for the RNLI.  

With over 45 Classic and Vintage cars taking part including a 98-year-old Rolls Royce La France model to an Austin 7.  

Invergordon RNLI Station Mechanic / Easter Ross Fundraising Chairman and Press Officer Michael MacDonald attended a Rotary meal in the Royal Dornoch Golf Club on Wednesday 22nd October, during the evening the RNLI volunteers were presented with a cheque for £5700 by East Sutherland Rotary Club President Fiona Risk.  

After the cheque presentation, Kevin and Michael gave a brief overview of the RNLI and how crucial funds are to the charity that relies on public donations, & fundraising activities to ensure a 24-hour search and rescue service around the UK and Ireland coasts.  

Rotary spokesperson Alistair Risk advised “East Sutherland Rotary are proud and pleased to be able to help such a superb cause as RNLI and hope to continue to be associated with that charity in the years to come”  

Michael MacDonald Invergordon RNLI Press Officer advised “ We are delighted to receive a cheque for such a tremendous amount from the East Sutherland Rotary Club, and would like to extend our thanks to the Rotary Club and all involved in the Classic / Vintage Car tour”