Dear fellow hunters,
Next week a team of Aged Adventurists led by me will be leaving for North West Scotland on a sea kayak expedition to raise funds for the Special Boat Service Association (SBSA). The Special Boat Service Association (SBSA) has been in existence as a charitable organisation for the past 13 years and provides discreet welfare, physical and emotional support to serving and retired members of the Special Boat Service (SBS). Due to the nature of the SBS, the SBSA is unable to make a public appeal and therefore depends on the generosity of those individuals and organisations that appreciate and respect the very special role that the SBS is fulfilling on behalf of this country. We're targeting £15,000 and to date have raised c £12,200 inc gift aid.
The expedition will be held in the coastal waters around northwest Scotland, combined with wilderness camping on the islands of Handa and Oldany. This expedition is being held shortly after the 73rd anniversary of Operation FRANKTON conducted by the World War II 'Cockleshell Heroes' https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Frankton), the first mission by the Royal Marines Boom Patrol Detachment, the precursor to the modern SBS.
The team and the SBSA would greatly appreciate your donations for this worthwhile charity.