Dunfermline fire station receives cheque on behalf of The Scottish Burned Children's Club

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The Fife Historic Vehicle Club visited Dunfermline fire station today (24th July) to hand out cheques to various good causes. 

The relatively small club is for people who have an interest in a variety of older or classic motor vehicles. Every year they give donations to worthy causes including Guide dogs for the blind, CHAS and the local hospice.

One of these causes was the Scottish Burned Children’s Club (SBCC) who provides a network of support for burn survivor children and their families dealing with the lifelong scars of burn and scald injuries. 

John Morgan from Fife Historic Vehicle Club handed over a cheque to FF Graham Barclay and WM Gavin McKerchar for the sum of £250.  The Club enjoys free use of the community wing of Dunfermline fire station to hold their monthly meetings 


FF Graham Barclay said “This is the 3rd year the Club has supported the Scottish Burned Children’s Club which is one of the charities adopted by Dunfermline fire station. It’s fantastic to receive this money as the SBCC is a voluntary organisation that receives no central funding so relies on the generosity of donations. “