• Reel Folk (2nd March) - Thursday, 2nd March 2017

    The National Galleries of Scotland, along with Live Music Now Scotland and the Festival Theatre invite anyone affected by dementia and their relatives friends and supporters to join our Reel Folk sessions on Thursday mornings during February and March.  Reel Folk links artworks in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery to traditional Scottish Songs. These sessions will participatory, and workshop-based. That might mean audiences learning to play instruments, or even writing their own songs! Composing with Care, Live Music Now’s flagship new music programme, will see Scottish composer Ailie Robertson writing a new work based on the responses of the Reel Folk participants. She will use as inspiration their thoughts and ideas of music and art, creating a new piece of music to be premiered publicly and in community settings across Scotland in 2017. Dates and Times Thursdays: 2, 9, 16 & 23 February; 2, 9,16 & 30 March 10.30am-12noon, Portrait Gallery and Festival Theatre. Booking Information To book please email Paul Hudson. Sessions will take place at The Portrait Gallery or the Festival Theatre. Please confirm venue when booking. Participants are welcome to come along to as many sessions as they wish. 
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    Ever thought about tackling one of Scotland's most famous routes from Milngavie to Fort William, Why not make 2012 the year to do it. Take on the route when and how you choose - you organise your own transport and route but we can provide the fundraising pack and tshirt to ensure you're helping to save lives at sea!
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  • An alert over horn blowing prompts Largs crew to launch

    At 11.30pm on Friday 8 June Largs RNLI Lifeboat R A Wilson and the volunteer crew were requested by the local Coastguard to investigate a fishing boat possibly in difficulty north of Cumbrae Island...

  • Eyemouth crew called out to assist a yacht

    The Eyemouth RNLI Lifeboat was called out at 3.20pm on Tuesday 5 June after the local Coastguard was alerted to a yacht that was thought to be in need of assistance...

  • Yacht given a tow by Oban lifeboat crew

    Oban Lifeboat Mora Edith MacDonald was launched on Thursday 7 June at 6.45pm to assist the yacht Pilgrim of Solent which had broken down and was adrift at the southern entrance to the Sound of Kerrera...

  • Busy Jubilee weekend for the crew at Kirkcudbright

    A recent very busy period for Kirkcudbright lifeboat culminated in three callouts over the holiday weekend.

    Friday 1 June saw the lifeboat crew being sent to assist Kippford Lifeboat...

  • Eyemouth crew alerted after two girls swept into the sea

    The Eyemouth RNLI Lifeboat was called out at 3:30pm on Monday 4 June after huge breaking waves washed two girls, aged 13 and 14, off the sea wall and into the sea. 

    Members of the public, including RNLI crewmen who were first on the scene, desperately tried to recover the 14 year old girl who was left in the water by entering the sea tied on with ropes...

  • RNLI volunteer from St Abbs receives Bronze medal for saving a life

    An RNLI volunteer crewman who saved the life of an off-duty fireman received the charity’s Bronze Medal for Gallantry yesterday. (Wed 6 June)

    Darren Crowe swam into a narrow cave off the Scottish coast and hauled Simon Haston to safety...

  • Family Fun Run organised in aid of Peterhead RNLI

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  • Lifeboat Gala day a huge success in Aith

    Huge crowds gathered to join in the merriment of the Lifeboat Gala Day on Sunday 3 June.

    Despite the cold northerly wind, the sun shone all afternoon on the Aith Lifeboat Gala where a large crowd gathered to enjoy the festivities...

  • Classic car enthusiasts visit Aith lifeboat station

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  • Oban lifeboat crew assist yacht aground

    Just after 10.30am on Saturday 2 June Oban RNLI lifeboat Mora Edith MacDonald launched to assist the yacht Pirouette which had run aground on the ferry rocks just south of Oban with four people on board...

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