This years open day was a big success, with many stalls in attendance, and hundreds of people visiting over the course of the day. The event raised several hundred pounds for Peterhead Lifeboat Station, and everyone seemed to have a good time.
Peterhead lifeboat station 3/5/10km walk, run or jog event was a big success, with hundreds of runners taking part and £1600 raised! If you'd like to check out your time, click here.
RNLI Peterhead invaded the Harbour Lights pub in Peterhead for a quiz night! A good time was had by all, and approximately £500 was raised. Click here for some more info on the night!.
This fundraising event involved the fundraising group and crew members manning the checkouts to help customers pack their bags at this busy time of year, for a donation. The event raised £1210 thanks to the generosity of the Morrisons customers.
Andy Brown (Coxwain) and James Geary (2nd Coxswain) did a 5k run on Boxing Day 2009 at White Cow woods in aid of the RNLI. As you can see they had to run in about 4 to 6 inched of snow!
This fundraising event involved the fundraising group members travelling around local streets and pubs with collection buckets. Free transport, fuel & driver was kindly provided by Stagecoach Bluebird.The collections raised over £750
This popular annual event was be held at the Palace Hotel from 10am to 12pm. Teas, coffees, butteries and pancakes were served. There was also be a table selling homebakes, tombolla and raffle as well as local craft stalls. It raised over £1000.
This event was held at the Lifeboat Station, West Pier, and involved the lifeboat crew washing cars from 10am to 4pm. The weather that day was glorious and we had a steady stream of customers. During the 6 hours we must have washed hundreds of cars and raised £700.
This endurance event was completed by our 2nd Coxswain where he took part in this multi-terrain adventure race at Ellon, north of Aberdeen. The course took him along an off-road path beside the river Ythan and into the Esslemont Estate. Once on the estate, the going got tougher underfoot and he encountered a few surprises as the course included a series of obstacles including mudpits, steep embankments, hay bales and the river Ythan itself to name but a few. He managed to raise a fantastic sum of £1600.