National charity, the Fishermen’s Mission, today announces the new Chairman and Deputy Chair of their Board of Trustees.
Kilimanjaro Chippy Challenge
Malachy has cycled from Northern Ireland, through Scotland into England, Wales and all the way down to Plymouth to see the winners of the Fish and Chip awards 2017 riding 1,500 miles all to raise £9,000 for the Fishermen’s Mission.
Food Rocks 8-9 September
Food Rocks will be celebrating its sixth year in Lyme Regis, Dorset. This year’s festival will take place on 8-9th September kicking off with our Glenarm Estate Beef Supper Club 7th September – new for 2018
Deep Sea Trawlerman likes a challenge
Liam Sammon certainly likes a challenge. He works aboard the Peterhead trawler, Atlantic Challenge PD 197, one of the largest fish trawlers in the Scottish fleet.
Free Quayside Dental Health Checks
Fishermen in Cornwall, Brixham and Poole are smiling, thanks to an exciting new joint initiative with the Seafarers Hospital Society.
Hull Remembers… and looks to the future
To mark the 50th anniversary of the Triple Trawler Tragedy a Memorial Service was held at Hull Minster. 650 people gathered to reflect and remember together.
Tour de Fishmish
The Fishermen’s Mission Superintendents (Tony Jewitt & Tracey Stephens) Plus Volunteers are Tandem Riding from Whitby to Boston, Lincolnshire.
3 Alberts Blog
Welcome to the 3 Albert’s on tour blog, we hope you enjoy sharing in our adventure!
Our mission is to complete the Rusty Red Challenge by driving 3500 miles across Europe from Riems to Nice via Switzerland and Italy in a car costing less than £500.
All taken care of
On a typically cold January morning, Superintendent Steve Murray walks along the Peterhead harbour, meeting fishermen on their boats. He calls on the crew of FV Shalimar PD303, checking all is ok, chatting about the fishing and family, dealing with any needs the fishermen may have. Daily visits like this one build relationship and trust […]
The Great Whitby Scampi Invasion
The Norfolk coastal town of Cromer is renowed for its fabulous Cromer crabs, there is even an annual festival to celebrate the cute crustacean.