Kirkwall Lifeboat Reports 2001 - 2013 Compiled...
Kirkwall Lifeboat Reports 2001 - 2013
Compiled by Graham Campbell
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Launch the Margaret Foster! has been compiled by serving RNLI crew member, Graham Campbell, and details the missions of the Kirkwall Lifeboat from 2001 - 2013.
It is based on the actual returns of service reports that are written at the time and illustrated by the authors own photographs.
The book gives a snapshot of the vital voluntary work carried out by one of the country's best known and supported institutions.
It was inspired by an earlier book, Gracie Mickie & Margaret compiled by the late Stephen M. Manson.
Author's royalties from the sale of this book are being donated to the RNLI.
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