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Yorkshire Cumbria & Lancashire rescue

Bowland Pennine Mountain Rescue - <p>Bowland Pennine MRT provides 365-day Mountain Search and Rescue service in both the rural and urban districts of Lancashire, and beyond when assisting other teams.</p> <p>Lancashire Police or the Ambulance Authority will call out the team when our services are required.</p>

Bowland Pennine Mountain Rescue Dunsop Bridge - Lancashire

Bowland Pennine MRT provides 365-day Mountain Search and Rescue service in both the rural and urban districts of Lancashire, and beyond when assisting other teams.

Lancashire Police or the Ambulance Authority will call out the team when our services are required.


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Keswick Mountain Rescue Team - Keswick Mountain Rescue Team comprises 47 members, all unpaid volunteers, who are available at all times of the day and night, 365 days per year, to assist those in distress and lost on the mountains of the Lake District.

<p>Typically we attend between 70 and 80 callouts each year.</p>

Keswick Mountain Rescue Team Keswick - Cumbria
Keswick Mountain Rescue Team comprises 47 members, all unpaid volunteers, who are available at all times of the day and night, 365 days per year, to assist those in distress and lost on the mountains of the Lake District.

Typically we attend between 70 and 80 callouts each year.


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Kirkby Stephen Mountain Rescue Team - The Kirkby Stephen Mountain Rescue Team provides a search and rescue service for a large area, which includes the Howgill Fells, the North Western Yorkshire Dales, part of the North Pennines and the Orton Fells. Team members turn out in all weather conditions and will stay out for as long as help is required.

The team originally evolved in the 1960s from a group of walkers, the Bogtrotters, to provide search and rescue facilities for the area around the Upper Eden and Lune Valleys of East Cumbria. In the beginning the equipment consisted of a rucksack containing a bottle of whisky and bandages! Times have changed.

Kirkby Stephen Mountain Rescue Team Kirkby Stephen - Cumbria
The Kirkby Stephen Mountain Rescue Team provides a search and rescue service for a large area, which includes the Howgill Fells, the North Western Yorkshire Dales, part of the North Pennines and the Orton Fells. Team members turn out in all weather conditions and will stay out for as long as help is required. The team originally evolved in the 1960s from a group of walkers, the Bogtrotters, to provide search and rescue facilities for the area around the Upper Eden and Lune Valleys of East Cumbria. In the beginning the equipment consisted of a rucksack containing a bottle of whisky and bandages! Times have changed.
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MRC Mountain Rescue Council - British mountains can be killers without proper care. MRC helps save lives in wild and remote places, and offers advice to avoid getting hurt or lost or, in the event of an accident, minimise further harm

MRC Mountain Rescue Council -
British mountains can be killers without proper care. MRC helps save lives in wild and remote places, and offers advice to avoid getting hurt or lost or, in the event of an accident, minimise further harm
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Swaledale Mountain Rescue Team - The Swaledale Mountain Rescue Team was formed in 1968 by 12 local people and has developed to the professional volunteer service of today that comprises around 30 members capable of reacting at short notice and so providing an invaluable asset to the local community.
It provides mountain and cave rescue services within the Swaledale and Wensleydale areas of North Yorkshire.  The team is made up of a group of highly trained volunteers who are available to be called out for a variety of land based search and rescue operations, any time day or night.  SMRT provide a 24 hours per day, 365 days per year service.

Swaledale Mountain Rescue Team Richmond - Swaledale
The Swaledale Mountain Rescue Team was formed in 1968 by 12 local people and has developed to the professional volunteer service of today that comprises around 30 members capable of reacting at short notice and so providing an invaluable asset to the local community. It provides mountain and cave rescue services within the Swaledale and Wensleydale areas of North Yorkshire. The team is made up of a group of highly trained volunteers who are available to be called out for a variety of land based search and rescue operations, any time day or night. SMRT provide a 24 hours per day, 365 days per year service.
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THE CAVE RESCUE ORGANISATION Cave & Mountain Rescue - The Cave Rescue Organisation...Saves Lives in Wild & Remote Places Above & Below Ground...in the Yorkshire Dales.
The CRO was originally formed in 1935 and has grown and developed over the years into the efficient organisation that it is today.
By the year 2000 the CRO had attended 1756 incidents.

THE CAVE RESCUE ORGANISATION Cave & Mountain Rescue Clapham - Ribblesdale
The Cave Rescue Organisation...Saves Lives in Wild & Remote Places Above & Below Ground...in the Yorkshire Dales. The CRO was originally formed in 1935 and has grown and developed over the years into the efficient organisation that it is today. By the year 2000 the CRO had attended 1756 incidents.
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UWFRA - Upper Wharfedale Fell Rescue - For over 50 years the U.W.F.R.A. has been rescuing people and animals from the caves and fells around Wharfedale, Nidderdale, Littondale and Mid-Airedale.  The majority of its work involves attending incidents involving people or animals in difficulty in caves, potholes, mineshafts, on fells, crags or anywhere not accessible to the normal Emergency Services.

UWFRA - Upper Wharfedale Fell Rescue Grassington - Upper Wharfedale
For over 50 years the U.W.F.R.A. has been rescuing people and animals from the caves and fells around Wharfedale, Nidderdale, Littondale and Mid-Airedale. The majority of its work involves attending incidents involving people or animals in difficulty in caves, potholes, mineshafts, on fells, crags or anywhere not accessible to the normal Emergency Services.
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Yorkshire Air Ambulance Charity - The Yorkshire Air Ambulance is an charity based in Yorkshire and launched in 2000, it provides an air ambulance service across the Yorkshire and the Humber region. Based at Leeds Bradford Airport It operates a lifesaving rapid response helicopter service across Yorkshire. and ensures seriously injured persons are never more than an average 10 minutes away from hospital. 

The Yorkshire Air Ambulance aims to attend critical cases within the

Yorkshire Air Ambulance Charity Halifax - Yorkshire
The Yorkshire Air Ambulance is an charity based in Yorkshire and launched in 2000, it provides an air ambulance service across the Yorkshire and the Humber region. Based at Leeds Bradford Airport It operates a lifesaving rapid response helicopter service across Yorkshire. and ensures seriously injured persons are never more than an average 10 minutes away from hospital. The Yorkshire Air Ambulance aims to attend critical cases within the 'Platinum Ten Minutes', it can access areas which are difficult or impossible for road ambulances to reach quickly, i.e. coastal, rural or mountainous areas.
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