Guernsey and Alderney masons have donated £21,600 to Channel Islands Air Search (CIAS), part of which will help
refurbish a vital infrared rescue camera.
Provincial Grand Master David Hodgetts explained he remembered when the Air Search organisation was set up and is delighted to be making a contribution towards the team’s high operating costs. CIAS chief officer Colin Ferbrache said the money would help towards the overall running costs, ‘which are now in the region of £85,000 a year’.
CHANNEL ISLANDS AIR SEARCH RECEIVES FUNDING BOOSTFriday, 16 September 2011
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