Vehicles

Team Vehicles

The team currently owns two Landrovers, a Defender 110 Station Wagon and a specially converted 130 to our own design. Both are winch equipped and carry the familiar orange and white chequerboard decals signifying Mountain Rescue.

Both vehicles are registered and equipped as Ambulances, complete with 'Blues and Twos' lights and siren, and are able to be easily configured to accept and transport a casualty on a Moutain Rescue Bell Stretcher.  Both vehicles have been adapted to our needs and are able to carry a large amount of equipment and personnel in order to make a rapid and effective response to an incident or call-out.

In addition to these two Landrovers we also have a mobile incident response trailer which has been specially converted for our needs.  It is able to act as a control base to co-ordinate incidents and where briefings can take place, when away from a suitable building, and carries everything necessary to facilitate this including a generator, radios, maps etc.  This trailer has also been adapted to transport team equipment such as casualty bags, radios, radio masts, tents etc.

We are currently in the process of replacing our 110 Station Wagon as our present vehicle nears the end of its useful working life with us.  Vehicle replacement is an ongoing and costly process at the best of times but to make a vehicle suitable for the particular demands of mountain rescue work there are many additional conversion costs.

We are also currently fund raising to purchase an additional vehicle - so please help us reach our target by donating through our Just Giving page or direct to the team.

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  • Ceilidh in aid of NNP MRT

    posted on 14th October 2018

    Come and Join us in the Jubilee Hall in Rothbury on saturday 17th November from 1930. Tickets (£12pp) available from www.kielder4x4safari.co.uk or Tully's in Rothbury or via supportteam@nnpmrt.org. Call the suuport team on 0792951712 for tickets and information. 

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  • Incident No. 82 and 83

    posted on 7th May 2018

    On Sunday the North East Ambulance Service requested Mountain Rescue's support for an injured cyclist at Kielder Water. 

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