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1st July 2022
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July’s calendar photo

With the start of a new month it's time for July's photo from our Team 2022 Calendar. A night-time photo of the Milky Way above the Danby Beacon on the North York Moors National Park - an International Dark Sky Reserve - one of the best places in the country to view the night-sky, because of the low light pollution…

2nd June 2022
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The Queen’s Jubilee Medal Awards

Congratulations to Her Majesty The Queen from everyone in Cleveland Mountain Rescue Team and the wider mountain rescue community for an unprecedented 70-years of service. More than 1,700 Mountain Rescue volunteers across England and Wales are honoured to be recognised and included among the frontline emergency, armed forces and prison service workers across the UK who are recipients of today's…

1st June 2022
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June’s calendar photo

The start of a new month and June's photo (taken from our Team 2022 Calendar) is former 'trainee search dog' Bracken in his natural habitat on the North York Moors National Park. Although Bracken is no longer in training to be a search dog he remains an active fundraising member of the Team and is often to be seen helping…

30th May 2022
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Donation from Esk Valley Fell Club

Following on from the 'Guisborough 3 Tops' English Fell Run Championships that the Team supported at the end of April, the organising club Esk Valley Fell Club have since donated £1,020 to the Team. Many thanks to the club and especially their organisers Clive Thornton & Bob Lille for donating this fantastic amount plus, of course, all of the competitors…

22nd May 2022
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Bumper fundraising on Whalebones Walk

Many thanks to all 'Whalebones Walkers' (and runners) who have now returned their sponsorship monies and other donations. The final amount raised after costs was £4,100.08p (including Gift Aid) - a tremendous total, all of which goes directly to funding our core running costs. Many, many thanks. See you all next year! Don't forget to save Saturday 1st October 2022…

20th May 2022
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Mercedes-Benz of Teesside supply new car

Four-years ago Mercedes-Benz of Teesside provided the Team with an on-loan Mercedes GLC SUV which proved to be a huge help to us - by transporting our then search dogs, supporting Search & Rescue operations and as a key resource for our Support members’ fundraising activities. That was replaced by another SUV in 2020, a Mercedes GLB, which continued to be a…

17th May 2022
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Rescue update from 2019

It's always good to hear back from people who we have helped, to see how they are getting on. Recovering from serious injuries can take a long time as this update proves. One of our regular call-out locations is Roseberry Topping and way back in October 2019 we were there dealing with Paula, who had sustained quite a nasty and…

17th May 2022
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Rope Rescue Training

Two Team members recently attended a 'technical rope rescue' instructor's course provided by Mountain Rescue England and Wales and held in the Yorkshire Dales, partly at Swaledale Mountain Rescue Team base. The course was spread over two weekends. Well done to Jenny & Louis, both very experienced climbers, for passing their assessments. Louis is the Team's lead-officer for technical rope…

16th May 2022
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Will Bequest to the Team

The executor of the estate of the late Bob Brown recently advised us that Bob left £1,400 to the Team as one of his nominated beneficiaries. 'Bob was was an avid walker for almost 70 years which included the Lake District and the Dale's but he always had a special place for the North Yorkshire Moors and was always grateful…

16th May 2022
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Boltby Bash (mountain bike competition)

Following practice on the Saturday the Boltby Bash Enduro competition took place on Sunday 15th May 2022 with the Team providing event cover. Following on from a couple of injuries on Saturday, the Team dealt with a further 11 injuries - mainly cuts and bruises to limbs and backs plus a painful shoulder injury. Thankfully no full-team call-outs were needed…

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