Since 1978, Seagull Trust Cruises has expanded both in terms of locations, the number of boats within the fleet and the number of cruises carrying passengers. All of this has been accomplished through the efforts of a willing team of volunteers and supporters. Seagull Trust Cruises is proud to recognise those individuals and organisations whose support has been invaluable to the charity’s ongoing success:
Honorary Life Membership of the Trust.
During its existence, the Seagull Trust and Seagull Trust Cruises have honoured some of its most dedicated members by giving them Honorary Life Membership.
Whilst sadly not all of these people are alive today, their position on our ‘Roll Of Honour’ remains in perpetuity:
|Sir Robert Easton - 1985||R A Williamson - 1986|
|Simon Campbell - 1987||Charles Hills - 1988|
|R A Stewart - 1991||John Hume – 1994|
|Frank Coutts - 2001||Norman Simpson - 2001|
|Stanley Ross-Smith - 2003||Ronnie Rusack - 2003|
|Bob Russell - 2003||Jamie Sime – 2006|
|Pat Sime - 2006||Marshall Napier - 2007|
|Jim Hogan, George Taylor & Marjorie Taylor in 2010||Elinor Milne 2011|
|Rodger Harvey-Jamieson - 2012||Ken MacKinnon - 2012|
|Capt Gordon Daly - 2013||Alexander Milroy - 2013|
Web Creation & Development
Communication is often cited as the single greatest problem facing an organisation, today the Web is a significant facilitator to this process. The Seagull Trust was an early adopter of this technology and as this new site is launched in 2011, we would like to recognise and thank those individuals who developed the website helping to spread word of Seagull Trust, not just across Scotland, but across the world. In many sections, the copy within this new site has been directly lifted from past work, a great tribute to the work completed. Previous ‘webmasters’ have included; Andrew Statton who developed the first site, Ian Sime and most recently Jamie Sime.
Over the years Seagull Trust Cruises has been the beneficiary of the generosity of a wide range of supporters. Individual donations, grants, corporate donations, legacy gifts and support in kind have all been gratefully received. Without this support it would be impossible for the work the charity undertakes to happen – thank you.
Every donation, no matter how small makes a very real difference, but each year we are happy to recognise particular acts of generosity. Some of these supporters have been long-term friends; others have been able to help on particular projects, or for a particular period of time.
The Order of St John
Jim Hogan and the Caley Marina