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Thursday 18 May: Call-out
On-going, more info later...
Saturday 6 May: Medical cover
Team members provided medical cover for the long standing Sandstone Trail event.
Saturday 6 May: Training
Rescue Boat Operators Course in North Wales. This course self funded by individual team members and was not paid for by the team. As a charity we have to fundraise to keep the team operational.
Thursday 4 May: Call-out
More info later.
Friday 28 April: Medical cover
Four team members were providing medical cover on the Mid Cheshire 5k and a couple of team members paid a visit to the 4th Frodsham (Overton) Scout Group to talk about the work we undertake for Cheshire Police.
Thursday 27 April: Call-out
More info later.
Tuesday 18 April – Tuesday 9 May: Call-out
More information later.
Saturday 15 April: First-aid cover
Team members are out and about fundraising today providing first aid cover for the Liverpool to Manchester Ultra Marathon. We need to fundraise to remain operational and on call 24/7, 365.
Tuesday 11 April: Training with the police
Training with our colleagues from Cheshire Police last night. Our search team and their search trained officers work very closely together when someone goes missing.
Friday 7 April: Call-out
Full team callout to assist our friends from West Mercia. More info later.
Thursday 6 April: Talk
Tonight 3 team members Alan, Chris and Simon are visiting Knutsford ATC to talk about the work we undertake for the emergency services. Have a great night fella's.
Wednesday 5 April: Talk
Last night, one of our Deputy Team Leaders Mark attended the Saltney Methodist Church Fundraising Concert and had the enormous pleasure and privilege to meet the congregation and give a talk about the team. The concert was supported by the amazing Hawarden Singers who performed Olivet to Calvary to rapturous applause. We are very privileged to be supported by the Chester Methodist Circuit who have adopted us as their Charity of the Year.
Monday 3 April: AGM
We held our AGM at The Deanwater Hotel and reviewed the amazing past 12 months. Team members have given a staggering 18000 hours over the past 12 months for training, callouts and fundraising and continue to drive the team forward with some unique skills and training undertaken in the past 12 months.
Tuesday 28 March: Training
Team training this week is navigational skills for all members in Tarporley. Whether novice, Bronze, Silver or Gold NNAS (we're an accredited NNAS Training Provider) it's an essential skill to be able to navigate with a map and compass, and a stipulation of becoming a team member.
Saturday 25 March: Fundraising
Team members are out and about fundraising today at the Chester Ultra Marathon and bag packing at Marks and Spencer Gemini. Not only do team members commit to being on call 24/7, 365 to respond to calls for help from the emergency services but they also raise the much needed funds to do it! Please give generously.
Tuesday 21 March: Conference
Today we have team representatives at the North Wales Resilience Forum Flood Conference 2017 in Llandudno.
Monday 20 March: Exec meeting
The last exec meeting of 2016-2017 took place today, and our AGM will soon be upon us for next year. A huge year ahead to build upon the skills we already have as a team and to continue working with our colleagues from Lowland Rescue, Mountain Rescue and the Emergency Services.
Saturday 18 March: Navigation training
Congratulations to the team members who undertook their Bronze and Silver NNAS Navigation courses yesterday!
Sunday 5 March: Call-out - search dog
Bowland MRT requested a trailing dog for a missing female in the Lytham St Annes area. Contaced Alan Moser as navigator. Traveled up the M6 stood Down at 0038. Female found on the sea front by Police.
Friday 3 March: Call-out - search dog
Rossendale MTR requested a trailing dog to assist in a search in the Colne area for a 79 year old male. At 2115 contacted Mark Simpson as Navigator. Stood down as on scene collecting scent article from missing person's home, MRT found him about 2 km away.
Friday 3 March: Press release
Hazard and evidence awareness for air accident sar responders.
Tuesday 28 February: Training
This evening we were training for the difficult task of body recovery.
Friday 24 February: Call-out - search dog
We received a call-out at 0230 for a missing person, but were stood down at 0300 after they were found by the police in the Wrexham area.
Tuesday 21 February: Training
Tonight's training was a Search exercise in Northwich with two expert casualties played by Linda Sunners and Julie Flaherty.
Saturday 18 February: Fundraising
Team members raised a staggering £975 today thanks to the generosity of the customers of Marks and Spencer Gemini!
Tuesday 14 February: Training
Tonight's training is at the Deanwater Hotel and is a lecture on hypothermia.
Sunday 29 January: Recovery
We were contacted by Cheshire police to recover the body of a male who was approximately one mile away from the nearest road in Cultcheth.
Sunday 29 January: Call-out - search dog
Cheshire team member Damian Timmis and trailing dog Skye were called out by SARDA Wales to assist Lancashire police on the search for a missing 14 year old boy. Damian was joined by a CSAR navigator. Both members were stood down in the early hours of Monday.
Monday 16 – Wednesday 18 January: Call-out
We were called out by Cheshire police on Monday 16th January to assist them in the search for a missing male in Lymm. 33 Members attended on the first day and the team continued to search until Wednesday when sadly the body of the male was found.
Wednesday 11 January: Call-out
At 1630hrs the Team were called by Cheshire Police requesting assistance to search for a missing elderly gentleman suffering with severe dementia in the Warrington Town Centre area. The Team responded immediately and within half an hour had members searching the immediate area. Within an hour there were 23 members on scene assisting with the search and many more on their way. Thankfully before the weather took a turn for the worse, the gentleman was found safe and well nearby.
Monday 9 January: Call-out - search dog
Cheshire team member Damian Timmis and trailing dog Skye were called out at 01:00hrs by SARDA Wales to search for a missing female but were stood down as the person was found by North Wales Police. Damian was joined by a CSAR navigator.
Tuesday 3 January: Call-out
Last night at 01:30hrs we were contacted by Cheshire Police regarding a very serious concern for the welfare of a male. We were being asked to help coordinate and take part in an inter-agency cross border search for this high risk male. As plans and preparations were underway we were stood down after the male had been located. Cheshire Police passed on their huge thanks for our willingness to assist with this, especially at the time of day.