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  • Christmas Card 2014

    posted on 19th November 2014  |  Not tagged.

    This year the team are selling christmas cards.

    They are A6 in size and feature an original cartoon drawn for the team by Henry Brewis.


    The card message reads 'Seasons Greetings and Best Wishes for the New Year'.

    The cards come in packs of 5 and cost £2.50 per pack plus a delivery cost, the price includes envolopes.

    For further details and orders please contact

  • Morpeth Callout

    posted on 10th November 2014  |  Not tagged.

    The team were called out at 02:00 on the morning of Saturday the 8th November to assist in the search for a missing Morpeth woman who had not been seen since the previous evening.

    The missing woman was located by team personnel around 08:00 and treated for hypothermia before being taken to hospital.

    A good job well done by the team and NOTMRT and an excellent result.

  • Pete in New Zealand

    posted on 16th October 2014  |  Not tagged.

    Pete in NZPete Roberts, team leader of Northumberland National Park Mountain Rescue Team (NNPMRT), has been invited to speak at New Zealand’s LandSAR (Search and Rescue) bi-annual conference. He will make presentations to these search and rescue volunteers about the work he has done during the 40+ years he has been in mountain rescue as part of NNPMRT and also as a founding member of The Centre for Search Research (TCSR).

    TCSR was founded in 1998 as a registered charity by Pete and his colleague Dave Perkins to allow them to progress research into various aspects of searching for missing persons. Their main focus has been on two fundamentals of the ‘problem’ of missing; where to look and how to look. These two aspects form the basis of training courses that they have delivered around the world.

    Pete _Landrover

    Pete will also be talking to a group of New Zealand Police and the New Zealand SAR Secretariat about his involvement in Lockerbie and the UK Study of Missing Person Behaviour. This study helps plan where to look for various categories of missing persons and is based on what people, who have been the subject of a missing person incident, have done previously. It allows search planners to build a profile of the missing person and then predict possible locations where they might be and how far they might have travelled. This gives a focus for a likely area to search.

    TCSR has also developed techniques for searching for missing persons, particularly the first response to a search when time and urgency are crucial. TCSR have focused on this period, The Initial Response phase, which can be likened to the paramedic ‘golden hour’ when an urgent response can save lives.

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    from 1st September 2018 to 1st September 2018

    Cheviots Challenge 2018

    Saturday 1st September 2018 join us for our 37th Cheviots Challenge. 

    Take one of two challenges and help raise funds for the mountain rescue team; click here to go to the Cheviots Challenge page and entry details.

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  • Casualty Care Exam

    posted on 18th December 2012

    'Congratulations to team members Andrew Brunt, Paul Freeman and Fiona Thompson who re-sat and passed the Mountain Rescue Basic Casualty Care exam on December 2nd 2012 and to Jamie Pattison who passed for the first time.
    By all accounts the practical scenarios were particularly challenging this year since trauma and medical were combined in each scenario.'

  • Great Outdoors Support

    posted on 16th January 2013

    Throughout 2012 Northumberland National Park Mountain Rescue Team have been the chosen charity for the Great Outdoors Superstore in Shiremoor.



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