£1,915 for Ladies’ Guild

The crew of Arbroath lifeboat handed over �1915 to the ladies lifeboat guild at the shed on Tuesday evening. The money was raised from the sale of their hot dogs at this year's Seafest. In the picture are representatives from Morrisons, Milton Haugh, Kinaldie Gas and Barrs Soft Drinks whose donations for the event helped the huge sum of money collected, many thanks to them and the hard working crew. Pictured with the money are, from left - Andrew Spence, George McLaughlan Morrisons store manager and Barbara Cargill lifeboat guild.
The crew of Arbroath lifeboat handed over �1915 to the ladies lifeboat guild at the shed on Tuesday evening. The money was raised from the sale of their hot dogs at this year's Seafest. In the picture are representatives from Morrisons, Milton Haugh, Kinaldie Gas and Barrs Soft Drinks whose donations for the event helped the huge sum of money collected, many thanks to them and the hard working crew. Pictured with the money are, from left - Andrew Spence, George McLaughlan Morrisons store manager and Barbara Cargill lifeboat guild.

THE CREW of Arbroath lifeboat handed over £1,915 to Arbroath Ladies’ Lifeboat Guild at the shed on Tuesday evening.

The money was raised from the sale of their hot dogs at this year’s Sea Fest.

In the picture are representatives from Morrisons, Milton Haugh, Kinaldie Gas and Barrs Soft Drinks whose donations for the event helped the hard-working crew raise the huge sum of money collected.

l Pictured with the money are, from left - Andrew Spence, George McLaughlan, Morrisons store manager; and Barbara Cargill, president of Arbroath Ladies’ Lifeboat Guild.