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Cleveland Mountain Rescue


Thank you!

From all the team at Cleveland Mountain Rescue have a Merry Christmas and a Happy and safe New Year!

To everyone who has supported the team throughout 2017 - Thank You!

You have made a real difference and your contribution has gone towards the team being able to professionally deploy and search for and/or rescue over 60 people in 2017. We could not have done it without your support!

Wish List

For 2018 we have setup a new way to donate using Amazon Wish List. Follow the links below to learn more. Of course the usual methods of Just Giving and our annual fund raising events will be key fixtures in our calandar for 2018 and we look forward to seeing you all.

About our wish listView our Chistmas wish list on Amazon...

Cleveland Mountain Rescue Teamprovides a search and rescue service on the northern half of the North York Moors in the North East of England. Their operational area covers about 1000 square kilometers with their 50 voluntary members being on call 24 hours a day 365 days a year.

The Team, like all UK mountain rescue teams is a charity and must raise around £25,000 a year in order to operate.

Latest Incident


Reports

Click below to find out more information about our most recent callouts.

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In an Emergency


What to do...

Learn what you need to know and who to contact in the event of an emergency.

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Fundraising


Join In

If you want to help we have a number of roles available click below for info.

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Survival 2018


24th March 2018
Open to runners and walkers held somewhere in the North Yorkshire Moors and to be completed within 12-hours.

Do you fancy a challenge?

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Support Group


Recruiting..

We are looking for volunteers who can spare some time to help their local Mountain Rescue Team remain successful and operationally ready.

Join now

MIND Blue Light


Join In

For search & rescue volunteers balancing volunteering commitments with work and personal life can have an impact on your mental health.

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If you need help in an emergency call 999 and ask for the Police and ask for Mountain Rescue

Our twitter feed

01:47 PM Dec 16th

Call out comes in whilst your rattling tins, SARCALL planning on a market stall....All in a days volunteering!!