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Posts Tagged Goathland

Steep ground rescues

And so much more than mountains….. Although much of our ‘patch’ is open moorland or managed forestry a number of steep valleys cut thorough the terrain.  Rescue of casualties from these features can be both a challenge for the rescuers and uncomfortable for anyone been evacuated by […]

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A kind donation

Earlier this year we were delighted to be contacted by Sue from Greenfields Bed and Breakfast in Goathland to say that we had been chosen as her fundraising project over the May Bank Holidays. We were even more delighted when she contacted us last week to say […]

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A day in the life of a (volunteer) Mountain Rescue team

What did you do today? 07:30 One team member drives to the team base to collect a team vehicle to drive to Scarborough. 08:00 Team vehicle on route to Scarborough town centre, other team members on route to town in their own vehicles 08:45 – 09:00 set […]

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Rescue 16 August 2012

Called by North Yorkshire Police to assist with the rescue of a 64 year old male walker with an ankle injury at New Wath Scar, Goathland (within 100m of a similar incident last month!).  Yorkshire Ambulance Service were on site assisted by a ranger from the North York Moors […]

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Our friends in Goathland go for a world record

Volunteer firefighters in a North Yorkshire village are hoping to win a place in the record books as the brigade with the smallest fire station in the world. The nine volunteers and one vehicle are based in a tiny garage in Goathland on the North York Moors. […]

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Simon Howe and Two Howes monument protection programme

Interesting article on the conservation of these two monuments

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Kind donation from Goathland

Presentation of cheques from fundraising by the kind people of Goathland through this summer. Deserving causes – Scarborough and Ryedale Mountain Rescue Team, the Fire Fighters charity and the Great North Air Ambulance. A genuine big thank you for the ongoing support.

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Busy day tomorrow

We have a busy day tomorrow. The majority of the team are conducting navigation training or assessment in the area of Randy Mere Reservoir. We have a few of the team collecting a cheque from the people of Goathland along with the Goathland Fire and Rescue Service. […]

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