Ordnance Survey (OS) support

The ability to navigate and relocate is an essential part of being outside and enjoying the hills safely. Like other Mountain Rescue England and Wales teams, we’re delighted that the Ordnance Survey are supporting our members by giving them free access to the OS app. Mountain Rescue’s figures from 2022 showed that over one in […]

Cheviots Challenge 2023

Join us on the 2nd September for our annual Cheviots Challenge. You can walk or run the event; do it on your own or with your mates and by taking part, you’ll be helping to raise funds for our team. Visit the link to the Trail Outlaws website to book your place

Fundraising thank you

Earlier this week we got a chance to say THANK YOU to one of our fundraisers! Sam ran the mini Great North Run and raised £300 for our team! This week, our team leader gave Sam a tour of one of our emergency vehicles at our base in Rothbury and he had a chance to […]

Wildfire awareness and safety

Wildfire awareness and safety was the topic of our training session earlier this week. Over recent years we have provided logistical, communications and drone support during wildfire incidents, as well as ensuring the safety of members of the public who might happen to be in the vicinity of the fire. Many thanks to Northumberland Fire […]

New bespoke medical kits

Our team medical officer recently received 50 bespoke medical kits from MERE Supplies. They were delivered in person by one of their founders and directors, Bradley Sadat-Shafai. The team have worked with Brad’s team to produce kits that meet our specific needs. A huge thank you to the team from MERE Supplies

International Women’s Day 2023

This International Women’s Day seeks to forge conversations about embracing equity and why this is important. The words equity and equality are often used interchangeably but are inherently different concepts. The IWD 2023 #embraceequity campaign theme seeks to get the world talking about why “equal opportunities are no longer enough” – and can in fact […]

Swiftwater Rescue Technicians

Last week, 6 of our volunteers qualified as Swiftwater Rescue Technicians. The four-day course looked at water dynamics, flood theory, medical considerations and a range of other topics. They spent time in the Rivers Tweed, Tyne and Coquet. They now become part of our water team who provide search support to the police and rescue/flood […]

It’s not always about the dog…

You’ll often see our posts about our search dogs and how great they are. But what you don’t always realise is that behind every search dog, there’s a handler. They put years of training into each dog they work with. We’d like to celebrate the fantastic achievement of one of our handlers, Dog Brian. Brian […]

A big shout out to Noel Urwin and the lovely people at Egger

We love it when people help us out! We’d like to put a BIG SHOUT OUT to Noel Urwin and the lovely people at Egger. Noel has been running to raise funds for our team and the North of Tyne Mountain Rescue Team and each mile has been matched funded by Egger, his employer. Noel […]