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HMS Argyll visits Montserrat

HMS Argyll - F231

HMS Argyll – F231

The Royal Navy’s Frigate HMS Argyll will pay an informal visit to Montserrat from 26-28 July 2014. The ship, under the command of Commander Paul Hammond RN, visits the island to re-establish relationships with the Montserrat community and also to exchange information with respect to delivering aid and disaster relief if required during the ship’s future operations.

Commander Paul Hammond, HMS Argyll

Commander Paul Hammond, HMS Argyll

HMS Argyll, which has a total of 190 officers an crew on board, is 133 metres long and will anchor in Little Bay during its visit to the island. The crew will carry out civic projects ashore as well as carry out disaster simulation exercises with the DMCA, RMDF, RED CROSS and the SEARCH & RESCUE TEAM.

The ship’s crew also has a full programme of sporting and social activities whilst in Montserrat and there will be opportunities for on board visits if weather permits.

Late information from a further press release from the Governor’s office informs that the ship will anchor in Little Bay from mid morning on Saturday, 26th.

Details of some of its programmed, the crew will carry out several projects in the community and play two sporting fixtures during their stay. On Sunday afternoon starting at 2 pm they will play a 20/20 cricket match against a Montserrat Youth X1 at the Little Bay Cricket Ground and on Sunday evening they will play a football match under floodlights against a local X1 at the Blakes Football Stadium starting at 7.30 pm. Everyone is welcome to attend both events.

Officers and crew will take part in a disaster exercise organised by the DMCA during the day on Monday before the ship leaves on that evening.

 

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HMS Argyll - F231

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The Royal Navy’s Frigate HMS Argyll will pay an informal visit to Montserrat from 26-28 July 2014. The ship, under the command of Commander Paul Hammond RN, visits the island to re-establish relationships with the Montserrat community and also to exchange information with respect to delivering aid and disaster relief if required during the ship’s future operations.

Commander Paul Hammond, HMS Argyll

Commander Paul Hammond, HMS Argyll

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HMS Argyll, which has a total of 190 officers an crew on board, is 133 metres long and will anchor in Little Bay during its visit to the island. The crew will carry out civic projects ashore as well as carry out disaster simulation exercises with the DMCA, RMDF, RED CROSS and the SEARCH & RESCUE TEAM.

The ship’s crew also has a full programme of sporting and social activities whilst in Montserrat and there will be opportunities for on board visits if weather permits.

Late information from a further press release from the Governor’s office informs that the ship will anchor in Little Bay from mid morning on Saturday, 26th.

Details of some of its programmed, the crew will carry out several projects in the community and play two sporting fixtures during their stay. On Sunday afternoon starting at 2 pm they will play a 20/20 cricket match against a Montserrat Youth X1 at the Little Bay Cricket Ground and on Sunday evening they will play a football match under floodlights against a local X1 at the Blakes Football Stadium starting at 7.30 pm. Everyone is welcome to attend both events.

Officers and crew will take part in a disaster exercise organised by the DMCA during the day on Monday before the ship leaves on that evening.