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Buckie 6 harbour Walk

Buckie Six Harbour Walk

A massive thank you to the Buckie Rotary Club and the 480 participants in their Buckie Six Harbour Walk last Sunday 3rd May. Fingers crossed the Scottish weather didn’t dampen their enthusiasm to raise sponsorship, to benefit all three nominated charities. Thanks also to our volunteers who gave up their Sunday to helps us raise awareness and funds for Sandpiper.

RICS Aberdeen Dinner raises £3130 for The Sandpiper Trust

The Sandpiper Trust would like to say a massive thank you to the RICS Aberdeen dinner organisers and attendees last Friday 27th March. They raised an amazing £3130 through their raffle which will help us continue our work in the North East of Scotland and begin our new project Sandpiper Wildcat later this year.

Buckie Rotary Club

Buckie Six Harbour Walk 2015

The Sandpiper Trust is delighted to be one of the nominated charities for the Buckie Six Harbour Walk 2015.  The event is on Sunday 3rd May, starting & finishing in Cluny Square, Buckie £5 if you book in advance £10 on the day. For more information and to register your place please contact the Buckie Rotary Club via the website link below. Rotary Club of Read More →

Dates for your diary.

“Ride the North”   28th & 29th August 2015 The Lanrick Challenge 8th August 2015

Sandpiper Trust to support “The Highland pre-hospital care and trauma project.

“ The Highland pre-hospital care and  trauma project”  which we plan to support  with a donation of £50,000. This  will enable a team of doctors, nurses and medical practitioners in the Inverness region, to  be  equipped with Sandpiper bags and defibrillators. This group will work together as a voluntary team , in  co ordination with the Highland Ambulance service  responding to  “trauma and emergencies “ in Read More →

Sandpiper Trust launches new campaign to save more lives

At the Sandpiper Trust, we’ve launched a new campaign to save more lives. With your help, we can make Sandpiper Wildcat happen. We’re aiming to raise nearly £750,000 to create a network of trained Cardiac Responders across the north-east of Scotland. Based at 50 locations around the region, they’ll be primed to deliver swift, on-the-spot medical care to people who have suffered cardiac arrest. For Read More →

Aberdeen fireman saved by his brother

Greg Wilson understands only too well of the need to get Sandpiper Wildcat up and running as soon as possible. There are others out there who may not know that they have a heart condition which will cause them,in time, to suffer a cardiac arrest. We aim to set up teams of cardiac responders in 50 rural locations in Grampian at a cost of £14,000 Read More →

mannequin for use in simulation training

Sandpiper supports Arran resilience by donation of sophisticated mannequin

This winter, Arran will see the development of the caiRRn project (see more at which aims to embrace multi-responder simulation training, in particular the skills and human factors involved in the care of a seriously unwell patient.  Lessons from TOPCAT2 have inspired local efforts to see how we can improve the quality of an integrated community response, including local paramedics & technicians, BASICS responders, Read More →

ride the north

Ride The North 2015 choose to support The Sandpiper Trust

Sandpiper is also extremely “delighted” to be able to share this news. Thank you Neil to you and your team for your support. “I am delighted to confirm that The Sandpiper Trust will be the main charity partne…r of Ride the North in 2015. Sandpiper is dedicated to providing emergency care and saving lives in rural Scotland …places where residents, or indeed passing cyclists, Read More →

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Lanrick challenge July 2014

 LANRICK CHALLENGE 2014 Hundreds of people successfully completed Scotland’s newest and most gruelling obstacle challenge on July 19th. The debut Lanrick Challenge was hosted by Lanrick Estate near Doune and attracted more than 200 entrants from across the UK. Participants raced in wet conditions along a 6km or the more punishing 12km course, which had a total of 48 obstacles including monkey bars, many other Read More →