The Wick Co-operative Food Manager Modris Karklins and staff present the Wick Lifeboat with £600.00 from thier local fund! 

What a great surprise, many thanks from your local Lifeboat crew your donation will go a long way towards our goal, "saving more lives"!

"One not only drinks wine, one smells it, observes it, tastes it, sips it and - one talks about it." - King Edward VII

A special thank you to Murray Lamont, his team of helpers from the Mackays Hotel and especially to Stuart Logan for assisting us with the wine tasting evening. Stuart gave an excellent presentation on subject and without whom we would never have had such a successful event. We raised £500.00. Many thanks to all who attended we hope you had an enjoyable evening.!


Wick lifeboat receives generous donation from family of long time RNLI supporter


 Tracy Bain, David Bain and Karen Bain present a cheque for £650.00 collected from a recent service at the Pulteney Parish Church, Argyle Square Wick, for the late Thomas (Tucker) Bain husband of Ann Bain.
Tucker was a long supporter of Wick Lifeboat and was often found at many of our fundraising events.
The crew of the Wick lifeboat would like to thank Ann and the family for their donation and pass on sincere sympathy for the loss of Thomas.






16 brave souls are taking on this testing challenge in aid of Wick Lifeboat.  Stroma is an uninhabited island in the Pentland Firth.  At only 3.75.km with just some sheep for company these brave souls will have to endure the elements, forage for what little food there is, and with no electricity available survive these most demanding conditions.  The team that completes the most "Stroma Trials" will be the winning team!!

They will be rescued from the island on 23rd August by lifeboat and taken to John O Groats in conjunction with their Harbour Day Celebrations.

Team members

Grace Lamb, Caitlin Lamb, Margaret Cormack, Emily Morrison, Tracey Morrison, Dorothy Smith, Lynne Duncan, Anne Taylor, Emma Duncan, Tracy Mackay,  Kirsty Grieve, Irene Cowie, Mrs Barker, Leigh-Ann Thompson, Lynn Smith, Denise Cormack,

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Eight candles were lit at a special church service held today for the missing seafarers from the MV Cemfjord. Search and rescue teams from all of the emergency services and local people joined together in the sombre ceremony at St. John's Scottish Episcopal Church. We wish to pass on our thoughts and prayers to the families involved.



Wick Lifeboat crew meet up with Carol Smithard.

Carol is on a quest to visit 44 lifeboat stations to raise funds for the RNLI, her Aim: to raise £20,000 for a fund being raised for the 50th Anniversary of the Grace Darling rescue. She is on the final leg of her quest to walk the length of the UK – Shetland first then down to Lands End, north through England, Wales and Scotland to John O’Groats and finishing up on Orkney.

Carol called in to meet the crew on her journey North. If you meet her on your travels please give her some support. You can also support her online at http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/carolsweewalk, see her Facebook page at www.facebook.com/carolsweewalk


 

 




    

Have you visited Caithness SeaCoast http://www.caithness-seacoast.co.uk/ they offer some fantastic trips along the coast of Caithness why not give them a visit!







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