Norfolk Lowland Search and Rescue (NorLSAR) are a group of volunteers who are trained in search and rescue techniques. We are prepared to help the police look for missing people 365 days a year. NorLSAR are a '24 hour, seven days a week service'. The team will always be ready to help search for missing people within lowland Britain.
If you would like to know more about our organization, and can't find the information you are looking for on this website, then let us know. We are always keen to meet new people and have a 'Contact us' page on this website. If you would prefer to meet us in person then please come to one of the many events we attend. Details can be found on the 'Diary' page.
NorLSAR wishes to thank GY Rope Access for their invaluable help in taking down the digital mast at the Hethersett […]
We recently were invited to provide a presentation and demonstration talk to one of the local Brownie Packs in Thorpe […]
On Saturday, Ian Danks and his lovely GSP, Juno, went through two ALSAR assessments. They did their Level 1, Stage 3 […]
Two of NorLSAR’s dogs in training Successfully completed their Level 1, Stage 2 assessments on Saturday. Juno and her handler, […]
NorLSAR thanks Norse for its very kind donation of two wonderful pop-up posters. These giant posters are well constructed and […]
On the last Friday of each month, the NorLSAR team trains to maintain and improve its practical skills. May’s training […]
The NorLSAR team would like to thank staff and customers at Tesco in Sprowston for their kind generosity. £262.69 was […]
Members of the NorLSAR water team have to train rigorously to qualify as responders for the NorLSAR Flood Relief […]
NorLSAR were very happy to attend 2017 Brundall Boat Show. It was a very well-organised event and well-attended. The NorLSAR team had […]
At this year’s AGM, Paul Webber stood down as Chair of Norfolk Lowland Search and Rescue after nearly three years […]