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KINROSS SUPPORTS SAILORS

Those who attended services at Kinross Parish Church of Scotland over the Christmas period donated over £1,400 to the work of one of the country’s oldest charities – the Sailors’ Society. The Society helps seafarers and their families, especially those from poorer countries, with welfare and practical support. Much of the charity’s work is to support seafaring communities in places such as India and the Philippines whose seafarers can be away from home for up to a year at a time. Kirk elder, Robin Webster, who has a long-standing connection with the charity, says: “We should care because almost everything we own or use comes by sea. We all rely on these seafarers. The Society, which is now 200 years old, is grateful for this support and to all those who donated.”

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