Sunday, 25 January 2015

In the pink.

Fraserburgh Moonlight Prowl has been raising funds to fight breast cancer for ten years.

Every year for ten years many women have joined in the Moonlight Prowl to raise even more funds.

As this year is the tenth their intention is to celebrate by having ten events through the year.  We, at the Museum of Scottish Lighthouses, are proud to be involved.

Last night our lighthouse at Kinnaird Head obtained all the necessary permissions to light the light in the old lighthouse.  This necessitates notifying the Harbour Board, shipping et al.

We then flood lit the tower and the light itself was PINK.

The Moonlight Prowlers gathered at the Lighthouse to have a special Burns Night Supper. To celebrate the women behind the man.

Happy Burns Night to all.


Anonymous said...

Wow! It's even more amazing than I thought it would be! Well done! :) xx

BadPenny said...

Pretty in Pink !

We are doing a Burn's supper on Saturday for husband's racing friends..

could get rowdy !

Gill - That British Woman said...

what a wonderful thing to do. Here in Canada, in Toronto we have the CN Tower and they light it up in different colours for special occasions/reasons.

Gill in Canada